Karras Star Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ikaria
... Kyle, Justin and Ty. It wasn't too long, before we heard Neil call us to lunch. Oh great.... now I have to figure out how to get off the tube, without falling in what feels to me like icy cold water. We paddled over to the ladder, and Denise grabbed the bottom rung. As she was trying to steady the tube, I got the giggles.... trying to get into a kneeling position on one side of the island, without sinking us turned into being quite a challenge.... particularly with both of ...
Saw Mykonos and it's lights glide past at 2.00 am when we got up to look out our balcony! Slept well and awoke at 5.30 to see the sunrise over Patmos as we dropped anchor. Buffet breakfast on the stern deck and onto a tender to the little port. Here we boarded the bus and up to St.John's Monastary atop the highest hill on the island. Built like a fortified castle to repel pirates about the 10th century the monks could pour boiling oil down ...
Today I didn't do much of anything. I woke up too late for breakfast because the time switched again. I'm still messed up from all these time changes, so I think going back to the USA is going to be really rough. The seas today our "very rough". It was a nice sunny day out, but verrrrry winding. So windy they didn't even have chairs out for most of the day. I kinda felt off balance all day. Not sick where I was puking, but just not right. So I slept for ...
... long lives, one in three makes it to ninety and they tend to stay sharp until the end. This phenomenon is featured in a book about longevity by Dan Buettner called "Blue Zones." Why do they live so long? The diet is typically Mediterranean. Fresh veggies, fish, olive oil and dairy (mostly goat milk based feta and yogurt) are what people eat. There is a lot of credit given to the "greens." I think this means salads and the particular plants ...
We spent the morning on Ikaria, an island untouched by tourism. It was so nice to wander in a village seeing the locals just doing their day-to-day chores, not trying to sell things to tourists. It felt 'real'. In the afternoon we headed for Delos and put the sails up for the first ...