Travel Blogs from Kato Assos
Nauplia is in the northeast corner of the Peloponnese and a wonderful seaside town, and former capital of Greece.
We caught view of the clock tower at the Akronafplia towering above the city as we tendered to port. We then boarded our bus to Mycenae, just a short 30-minute drive from Nauplian. Mycenae was the main center of the Mycenean world, and gave its name to a period and a civilization that evolved throughout the entire Greek world between the ...
... to understand why they cannot go to the Cyclades.
Since Sunsail have failed to be bothered to inform the clients that the route has changed and have left me high and dry I have decided to just do what a twenty something newbie skipper would do and push all the complaints back towards the management. One client told me that I had better be prepared to have every client for the rest of the season ...
... they’d called us at 9 as planned, and we didn’t answer. However, it all worked out and they joined us for the rest of the day. The views up the steps were spectacular, looking out over the blue-green waters. I was the slowest, as we’d drank a good amount the night before, and I was the only one in sandals. I kept falling behind, which was embarrassing, but Andy was nice enough to stay with me while I pretended to take photos (catch my breath). Michelle and Chris ...
... on our trip. I thanked him for the information and said goodbye.
A hundred and fifty yards along the quay there was a small town water drinking tap, Kathie suggested that we full our twenty litre plastic reserve water container and top up at least one tank on Orca, hmmm, ten pounds a gallon and a very painful foot, "ok, I will give it a go" I said, four trips later and I could do no more. Only three quarters full on one tank, that will have to do. "Shall we go to Poros ...
... every few days, either by using a “service wash” or just washing clothes in the sink. So far I haven’t managed to find too many self-serve laundries. I stopped up at reception to have a look and was given a glass of fresh home-made organic lemonade.
We re-grouped for an orientation gathering in Syntagma Square at 18:40 (Syntagma means “constitution”, so this square has the same name as the one ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed