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- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- TV Channel One Russia
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... And there they do not let you swim in it, simply row you round for a very few
minutes, and then out. Once out of the first Blue Cave, he took us through huge land arches… simply stunning in their majesty. All too soon it was over, but please… please click the photos as they become short videos. I can tell you, that it was probably one of the best experiences and sights I have ever had while travelling. Careering back in the boat ...
... 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 ...
... and saffron rice, naan bread. All bursting with flavour, not too hot, equal to the best curries we have ever had. Served by waiters who knew every dish. Five stars. Better yet, an evening away from the now aptly named by Mary Ann "Dumb and Dumber" the twink twins. Photograph update. A few more photographs from Santorini. The winery, classic blue and white building, the blue Aegean. Wednesday. Last stop in Greece. Katakolo. Originally we had been scheduled to visit Kos, but due ...
Today was absolute perfection for me. The epitome was floating in the balmy Adriatic sea under an azure blue sky, being nibbled by a shoal of little fish that I could clearly see in the water. Actually, that was a bit disconcerting ... because they were biting me!! But they were the size of big sardines so their teeth were tiny. They didn't faze me enough to cut short my swim, it was way too blissful and I was far too relaxed to take evasive action.