Zoe'S Club Hotel
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... mountain view to look
at. After we looked around Mycenae a bit we headed back to Nafplion where we
had the rest of the day free. I changed out of my bus/site visit clothes and
headed to the Mediterranean with friends. A large portion of our class was
there, jumping off of rocks and floating in the Mediterranean. We did have to
be careful of the sea urchins and jellyfish (one girl even got a ...
... get going but Andy advised that there was a problem with the engine ..... oh no!!
Luckily all it took was a call out and one of the other boats which wasn’t too far away managed to come back and give us a side tow.... we didn’t mind we just sat up the front drinking our sangria. Spetses was such a beautiful island and as we pulled into dock there were a few amazing super yachts moored up beside us! That afternoon we all hired bikes and Andy ...
... was great – we intend to come back tomorrow. Prior to leaving we asked the waiter if we could purchase some wine to go, motioning towards our empty water bottle. “Of course sir, how many kilos would you like?”. We opted for just the water bottle full (although 5 kilos would have been great at these prices), and out it came full of red wine in a gift wrapped blue plastic baggy. It was a hilarious way to end our first day in the ...
... watts per hour each but with only one that was not enough to keep up with the fridges so we had to run the engine twice a day for a while to bring the batteries up to full charge. We were very glad to have shore power and at no cost except for 113e for a power cable that we will need for the rest of our journey anyway.
The breeze was cool but the sun was warm so we sat outside under the awning and ordered lunch. Chicken, lettuce, ...
... it’s a very long way to the bottom and I haven’t figured out how to say in Greek “Help! I have fallen but can’t get up”) to the outdoor shower. It is well enclosed so no one can see what you are doing. Eureka! There is hot water down there. I drag the necessary shower things to the outdoor stall and we are in business. John and I make our way down there (safety in numbers)…he turns on the water and it’s COLD! So ...