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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
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... The throttle is just a small lever worked with your second finger! No gears for us tourists, it’s all automatic now! Brakes are all in the same place. And as for the steering, well, at the end of the season, with no maintenance being done to any of their machines, you’d turn the handle bars, lean in the general direction, and simply hope! And eventually the machine would go in the direction you wanted. Oh! Another good thing on ...
... wash it off under some running sulphur smelling water. Gayle was tempted to do it till a group of four men turned up and decided that she did not need an audience.
So it was back to the beach to our spot for the night and a swim in good old salt water, and lovely it was too. A nice surprise was to meet again our German neighbours from two nights prior. ...
Alexandru our server extrodainnaire, with all if the local insider tips took care of this evening. He was the reason (at bullet speed) we were able to hop a train head to Olympia, tour the ancient Olympic orifinations shop, eat in an outdoor tree covered Cafe , take the train back to katakolon shop more swim in the sea and board the ship within 6 hours.
Arrived in in katalon first thing. We were first off the ship and took the ...
... the many people who sought out the free wi-fi. This is now a business in its own right due to the high internet costs on cruise ships (via satellite only) averaging 40c per minute. Mary Ann and I settled for cappuccino and a beer, plus over an hours worth of internet time. That is how yesterdays huge file was transmitted. One cafe which specialised for crew members was packed - Philippinos catching-up on Skype. Finally able to relax for a couple of hours dockside. Lots of ...
... the new walkway being constructed along the water's edge.
I maybe had a miniscule twinge of guilt that we had Olympia on the doorstep and didn't visit her. But both Philip and I have very special and vivid memories of our last visit there that we didn't want to compromise.
We sat in the late afternoon sun on our verandah watching the weary excursion-goers returning. One lackadaisical couple were taking selfies and strolling ...