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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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So sadly, we had our last breakfast on the balcony of our villa and watched the sun come up! The sun rises around 7.40am on the island. We closed all the shutters and locked up the house. The boys were waiting outside for us. We loaded the cases into the little Fiat and headed off to the ferry. When we arrived there was a huge line up of cars , I was wondering how they would all fit on, until I saw three really big buses and a truck come off. Andy was finding it very hard to ...
... night out in Ithaca. We had a lovely pre dinner drink with Andy and Marco and then headed down the little cobbled path to the local bar. We met Sue and Michael and Marco at Avra for a lovely Greek meal. Marky had roast octopus and I had moussaka it was nearly as good as mums!!!! We waddled up the cobbled path and hit the sack. Early morning pick up tomorrow with the boys to catch the ...
... by the men and the priest was really beautiful! Very melodic, harmonious tones filled the church. After the service we were greeted by some of the locals who kiss both cheeks alternately which is the Greek way. We met up with some English friends who also went to the service, then headed into the village for a coffee. Marky had one too! For the first time in ages he had coffee and very little reaction? Perhaps because it ...
... This day has the makings of a good travel blog post but it was no Odyssey; an Odyssey is something bigger. Odysseus, my Bronze-age hero and his men had a tough time getting back to their home, Ithaca. Here is how that went; some men get killed by a god, some men are eaten by a one-eyed giant, the crew gets drugged up, Odysseus visits Hades (hell), some crew are eaten by a monster, Odysseus is held as prisoner by a demi-god. He starts off with 12 boats of 40 men ...
... while, but could not make any out, so walked the length of the quay, where we saw fishing boats moored up just in with the mornings catch, probably about 10.30am. We were fascinated to see the fishermen weighing up their fish and selling from the side of the boats. While there we had the great surprise of seeing the turtles, surface around the boats, waiting ...