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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sunrise Kárpathos
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... Jeep) to offer us advice, enquire as to our wellbeing, or to give us complimentary wine, water, sweets, and homemade lemonade. We were a couple of kilometres from the beach, but we loved the tranquil surroundings and with front and back terrace having wonderful views of the landscape and pine forests it couldn't have been better. It was also HIGH QUALITY ACCOMMODATION, with proper bathrooms, complimentary air conditioning, ...
... highest villages on the island, which are remote but an interesting contradiction of tiny, some dilapidated dwellings mixed with enormous and lavish villas funded by American émigrés. Upon leaving one village, an elderly lady all but stood in front of the car asking us to stop (in Greek). She asked if we were driven to the main town of Pighidia (or Karpathos) some 10km away (we were, as this is the only place on the island where you can ...
... thick coat of salt over just about everything. The local fishermen came along and tied-up their boats with extra lines and fenders because they knew what to expect! It continued for another few days before finally dying down and we had one mooring line snap with the wear. It was not cold and we had all we needed in the way of shops for provisions so there was no rush to continue on to Crete. A young couple on a small yacht in the harbour ...
... months. Generally though it was pretty grim.
After having such a calm beginning, the wind began to increase overnight and by the next morning our attempt to move further West to Kasos was thwarted by the waves that were so steep and short, and the wind reaching 28knots against us, that we got out off the inlet, but had to turn back and sit it out back inside. It was 2 more days before we were ...
... is a freelance writer, her main subjects being travel and animal stories, whilst Alf is German and is, as he keeps reminding me, a photographer although he also does some writing.
Alf has, I learn, reluctantly assumed the mantle of the islands veterinary surgeon. There is a government vet here apparently but he is disinterested in treating animals, seemingly only concerned with his paperwork. Alf’s sister is a veterinarian in Germany which together ...