The MirO Studio Apartments
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... followed by 4 of the Animation Team who would be dressed in black wearing bowler hats. Their job would be to over emphasise and mimic our actions whilst walking in single file behind us pulling silly faces as they were doing so. This would be to the amusement of the rest of the theatre that was filling up rapidly (and at our expense!!) After protesting, I had to relent and play along with this contrived piece of theatre. The piece de resistance was that when ...
... area has been used for farming since Ancient Roman times. In fact some of the walled areas that we could see on our drive in were actually over 2000 years old and had been kept in excellent condition. The farm itself was very charming and completely self-sufficient. They produced their own goat’s cheese, prosciutto and olive oil in addition to the wines and we were lucky enough to get to try everything. The icing on the cake was the fact that the farm was ...
... to take photos. I seriously took way too many photos of these areas and my level of excitement to be running through this city was probably a little high. It was getting late, and I succumbed to my exhaustion running through the city in the heat and decided to head back to our accommodation to have dinner with the others.
Dubrovnik is a beautiful city, which is preserved ...
... up the stairs and got ourselves a boarding pass. They were waiting for us at the gate though. Phew, didn't fancy a night at Athens airport.
Impressions of Greece - apart from Irini at the villa, nowhere near as friendly as Turkey. Very touristy where we were and very busy. Santorini was gorgeous though but too many tourists.
Dubrovnik was one of the places we had elected to get a transfer as we arrived late and ...
... beach fairly busy with people. From there we walked a kilometre or two, but constantly walking down to the rocks and water, and then back up to the road, so we really zigzagged up and down a lot. We came across a local setting up cages with bread for fishing, we had a nice chat with him about Croatians in NZ etc, and then he tried to get us to go to his €100 a night accommodation. We got to another beach from which we discovered ruined ...