- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... have known it would take long with that comment. Several calls and almost two hours later, we were picked up by a young Greek guy.
When we told him we were from Texas, he said "oh, I am scared of you now" and made the universal sign for gun shooting! Then, as he drove us out of the harbor town of Parikia, he told us he had been in a motorcycle accident a few years back and had been in a coma. His eye was still messed up and he had to go to the hospital ...
... d be like at the end of the day - we imagined messy. We chatted to some young women there including a kiwi girl who said the place gets wild in the late afternoon when the DJ fires up and there is table top dancing. It's a good marketing proposition they've got going to create a higher end wild pool party type environment. We went back about 5pm and the kiwi girl was correct - they were amongst the people on the table tops. We had three piña colada's each at 15 euro each ...
... their hearts out, and yep the occasional top comes off and the crowd goes wild. There is literally hundreds of people partying while the sun goes down. Come 10.30/11 the music stops, everyone goes back to their rooms to get ready and hopefully catch the bus in time to the clubs. The worst part is trying to get home a few hours later. Far Out is a few kms from the clubs, there are very few taxi’s and some people hire quads. The first night I hitched a ride ...
... they are not going to take the steps or the four legged option. We check out a bar where the Dons brother worked for five years in the main centre of Fira, it sits right on the caldera, also make our acquaintances to his ex leading lady who still has a frock and do dads shop right opposite. No need to venture far in these parts for mans needs! Back to swim in the relative warm pool water, greek platter of snacks and sunset doing its thing in the background. Reasonable day all round I ...
... and we have no guide but the trail. She/he is a gentle soul and very surefooted, so despite my white knuckle grip on the saddle and my granddaughter, we slowly but surely make it to the top. A few expletives are heard as fellow travelers jostle each other, us included and sometimes get pretty close to the walls of the trail. Once in Fira, we need water and Emma has lunch for breakfast among cobbled streets, ...