Xenonas Fanaras

Address: Achaia, Kalavrita, Peloponnese, 250 01, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kalavrita

The rough sail to Patras

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Nov 05, 2014

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... Next morning I went out on deck to see what the weather was like out there. It certainly was not cold but the sea was still as rough as hell and the deck was covered in all kinds of things from tables to bins and even a few heavy animal cadges had moved.

The ship is by no means full but there must be about 70 or 80 large trucks on board. One thing I noticed on this ferry unlike the ones around the UK is that one can go down onto the car deck while the ship is at sea. This is to ...

Visiting family

A travel blog entry by nicholasclan on Oct 20, 2013

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... their was much gesturing and speaking by both him and Pete. Much to the amusement of both our kids and theirs! He kept trying to point us to Kalavryta (the nearest decent sized town) and we kept saying no, Anastasis. Clearly no tourists ever venture this way and they assumed we were very lost. In the end Pete walked up the drive and found George - all sorted. We parked our car at the bottom of the drive - too steep and bendy to attempt in the car. ...

Greece - here we are !

A travel blog entry by simplyb on Aug 05, 2013

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... site this holiday...) 2 triple rooms in a four star hotel with roof top pool for 45,-- Euros per room.... The local backpackers would have been more expensive! That is where we are hanging out right now and enjoy a piece of Feta Cheese- yes- tastes even better while you are in Greece ! Good to know: We used our time in Patra to plan ahead - something we don't particularly like but find it is essential ...

It's a ferry fun way to get around

A travel blog entry by adamandlara55 on Dec 17, 2012

... and were kindly told that we would need to walk the 4 kilometres to the docks to buy the tickets. And fast if we were going to make it. Weighed down with our Turkish purchases, we pushed on with aching shoulders and made it to the ferry terminal with only 15 minutes until sailing. At the border security check point, the police officer had no desire to check our passport, he was ...

The Darkness that is Not Penetrated

A travel blog entry by ecsflemings on Jun 09, 2012

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... these days are mostly former agnostics. But the local church in Patra has seen 25 new believers baptized over the last 15 months.

The Emmaus work has many “official” hindrances from both the government (taxes) and the official church (labeled heretical) as well as a society that does not read or buy books. There are possibilities for using the courses so pray the Lord of the harvest to use the courses if they are to be a tool of His choosing in this ...