Kos. Or how Czechs wanted to trick Lithuanians

We are leaving Nisyros. A sporty week is ahead. I will practice windsurfing and my potential husband will cycle around the island. We packed and came to Maria’s café to say goodbye and kiss the whole family. Her husband took us to the port inhaling one cigarette after the other. They never put seat belts on – just turn up the volume of their folk radio and imagine that beeping [...]

 

Holiday in Nisyros: discovering Mandraki and Pali

We had a long sleep after last night’s journey. The first thing on the agenda was breakfast. So we jumped on our motorbike and headed to the center of the village which is about 500 meters coast with a little beach, small port for yachts and six taverns. We were discussing which one we should choose and a A4 sheet saying “free wi-fi” helped us to make up our minds. [...]