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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to see that the beach was beautiful volcanic sand. We dropped our bags at our hostel and went for lunch, a place right on the water called Tranquilo, where they served a lot of organic and vegetarian food. We got some water that didn't taste like thick (the term we applied to the milk-consistency water we were getting out of taps), a Veggie Burger, with a patty that had a nice curry flavour to it, and a Chicken and ...
... I'm going to start doing in the future.
Around 1130 the group at the hostel (not just my little group the entire porch discussion) were getting into discussions like Whitney Houston death conspiracies, how the government made Michael Jackson white, numerology, tarot cards, etc... while I consider myself open-minded this just was too much (although numerology does describe me perfectly which is weird... but that being said I know ...
... tried one of the restaurants close by suggested by Maria: Athermi Restaurant. It was about 100m away from our hotel and there we had our first traditionally Greek meal. I can't remember exactly what he had, but for starters we shared baked feta, more out of interest to see what it would be. New realms of tasting pleasure opened up for us that afternoon. The feta is baked in a light pastry and then drizzled with honey and sesame seeds. Just typing this makes me salivate ...
... s did enjoy a fish spa where fish called Garra Rufa feed on your feet, eating all your dead skin (ewe), it was so freaky to watch. I can't believe the kids did it. I was to squeamish.
Back on Serifos now and so exhausted now, will be sleeping for a bit to catch up. Only a week and a bit till we leave Greece :-( but so glad to be coming home to our comfort zone and seeing all our friends again. Please enjoy some of the photos of ...
With our first full day on the island, Bhavan, Brittany, Karen, and I took the half day boat trip out to see the relatively new volcanic crater (last eruption in the 1950s). We hiked around that for a bit and found a few steam vents. While interesting if you haven't seen this before, I don't think it compared to the volcanic craters I've seen in Hawaii and Guatemala. The second stop was at a natural hot spring. However, it was just one spring that actually emptied ...