• OL TUKAI HOLIDAY REVIEWS

Ol Tukai, Kenya
Palm Villa Mirissa - Michael. Date of travel: Jan 2012
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We had a great stay in the palm villa. From the first moment until the very last the people of palm were really kind and treated us like friends. Always someone there to help you or just to have a nice chat with. Further on all the facilities and rooms were more than okay. Definitely THE PLACE TO BE when you want to visit mirisa. Also because it's really close to all the beautiful places ( beach ,restourants and vilage ) has to offer. DON'T DOUBT ABOUT IT, GO TO palm villa :) we check almost all place of mirisa but no one can some to palm villa :) thanks guys for everything .
We really enjoyed our stay here.Good for couples - Jade. Date of travel: Dec 2011
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The Villa Flamenca Hotel is in a tranquil location in a more residential area of Nerja yet it is only 5 minutes downhill walk to,the beach and 14 stroll to the resort centre.The hotel has a tired appearance and the rooms are very small. However provided you do not want use the room much except for sleeping and showering it is fine. The buffet style meals were far above our expectations for a 3 star hotel. The staff could not be faulted and the hotel was kept clean. A swimming pool with free sunbeds . a bar which lacked something and live entertainment 5 nights a week. Make sure you are around on Friday nights for the Gala Dinner and Flamenco show. Excellent value for money. it is more suited to couples than families.
A very nice motel - Jim. Date of travel: Oct 2011
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Stayed at a very nice Days Inn in Clemson, SC. The hotel has recently been renovated and both the public areas and the rooms are very nicely and elegantly decorated. The amenities were as expected and the Manager on Duty, Dee, was as welcoming and helpful as you would expect from a Southern lady. Thank you!
Excellent cosy hotels all along - John, Alex and Alexandra Green. Date of travel: Sep 2011
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Excellent cosy hotels all along
All accommodations were centrally located, we just loved the Imparatul Romanilor in Sibiu and the Maramures homestay (repeat, not a B&B). The Best Wwestern Bucovina in Gura Humor was also comfortable though their bathrooms are quite small. The Sighisoara hotel was lovely.
We loved it, the staff were great and the food was excellent - Olu . Date of travel: Sep 2011
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The quality of this accomodation is great for a 4 star accomodation. The rooms were well maintained and there is activities throughout the day. Try the water gym (11.30 daily). They have a voley ball and a basket ball court that you can have to yourself and family. The shows were great in the evenings and food and drinks were in no short supply. Eqbad (Pool side)and Thomas (reception) were outstanding
Very basic 2 star hotel . Clean and good value - Jade. Date of travel: Sep 2011
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The George Hotel is a two star small hotel (10 rooms)located at the back of the resort of Golden Beach on the only road in and out of the town so it is subject to a small element of traffic noise especially in the high season. The rooms are tiny too small for our liking but there are very clean.The balcony is a good size. Breakfast is extremely basic and there is no swimming pool. A nice bar and the owners are very friendly. However they do seem obsessed with a number of printed notices/rules around the hotel which are really unnecessary. During our visit it was designated an adult only hotel which was a real plus point. All round it was Probably too basic for us but it did have its good points.
What a dump. - The Sage. Date of travel: Jul 2011
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Absoulte dump of a place. Have to walk back down dirty streets to get back from the beach. Rooms small and very basic. Unfriendly atmosphere. Toilets stink. Food poor. DO yourself a favour. DON'T !!!!!!
e.g. I loved the accommodation - Simon Dinsdale. Date of travel: Jun 2011
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The Hotel Saboia is a small hotel of 48 rooms over six floors. It is a very friendly, charming hotel which is kept immaculately clean. The Hotel offers a buffet breakfast to suite all nationalities in a chic basement dinning room, with a lovely pattiserie next door which the locals use. The pool area is relatively small, but lovely and big enough for the hotel, with hotel towels left out for guests. The rooms are on the smaller side, but very modern and very clean, with a free wall safe which most hotels charge for, and a hairdryer, most but not all have balconies. Location is key, with two nice bars Mr Busbys, and Ray's bar which are both well established and have real character, whilst there are five excellent restaurants all within two minutes stroll from the hotel, as well as a small supermarket, hairdressers, and others. An excellent base and for those who dont want to stroll too far there is everything around, without there being too much.
Fab Villas - Michael & Dale. Date of travel: Jun 2011
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Fab Villas
Great value and superb villas
Was ok and located ok, very noisy bars opposite - Pete and Kay. Date of travel: May 2011
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Nice spacious room and very clean, very large hotel. Very busy and wouldn't like it in high season.
nice place - Maggie Lloret. Date of travel: May 2011
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The apartments are located on the seafront and we paid a few pounds extra for a sea view, which was worth every penny, stunning!!. The apartment was well equipped fridge, kettle etc when you check in you are given a list (inventory) how many spoons etc, its worth checking because when you leave they send someone in to count with you. The bathroom was clean and the main stairways etc were being mopped all day. Its absolutely the centre of Lloret surrounded by bars etc, It was cheap enough for youngsters to stay there ok in May but might be noisy in the height of the season.
Great tour operator in Jordan - Marina Snell. Date of travel: Mar 2011
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Great tour operator in Jordan
Just finished 7 day tour to Jordan,with Via Jordan travel & Tours company,the service they offered to my mum and I was more than great,hotel rooms were clean and comfortable,the car they sent to us was very modern ,comfortable and the driver was very gentleman with a very good English as well and never passed speed limits ,Samer our Guide was just perfect ,he is very lovely, well informative and never stopped looking after my mum who was a bit sick,we would like to thank Ashraf as well who is the best tour operator i've ever met in my life,actually every thing went Great in Jordan and we will never stop thinking about this unforgeable tour we had with Via Jordan Travel.
good family hotel - Steve and Bethan. Date of travel: Jan 2011
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The hotel is situated on the slopes by ski station 2 it only has 8 family suites which consist of two bed rooms a bathroom and a balcony if you are a smoker. the food is plentiful and the chef will do his best to please your tastes if traditional Bulgarian is not your favourite. plus it has the added bonus of when the other are queing for the bus to get to the slopes you are sitting down for breakfast again the chef is keen to please. sum it up quiet quaint family hotel suited more for the family skier than the party animals
e.g. I loved the accommodation - Dean & Sammy. Date of travel: Oct 2010
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Terrazamar great place for family or couples to stay in lovely rooms and huge balconies just a few stairs away from centre
Its a substandard hotel, with cats in the lobby and a roach or two crawiling around. The appliances were old and the a/c did not work. The linen was soiled and things didn't seem very clean. There was no elevator for the elderly or those with arithitic - Cindy. Date of travel: Oct 2010
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The staff clearly needs retraining and there needs to be security. Things seemed so laxed and unprofessional. We had to leave there and go to another hotel after booking this dump through CheapCaribbean.Com I would not advise anyone to use them as a travel agency even though they heavily advertise cheap hotel and airfare combinations. Buyer beware!!!
Very friendly staffs, highly recommend - Jane. Date of travel: Oct 2010
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Very friendly staffs, highly recommend
We read some good reviews about Hanoi Royal Palace Hotel, so we decided to email for reservation. We satyed 3 nights in this hotel, my room was very clean, nice and spacious. Also the staff are extreamly friendly, willing to help and we felt very happy with our decision. We would like to recommend this hotel to everybody !!! Jane & Francis
GOOD BUT NOT 4 - STAR. - JOHN SIMPSON. Date of travel: Oct 2010
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Food excellent and varied, staff friendly and helpful. But not 4-star, there was no kettle in the room for example which is standard in any b+b anywhere, and the gym wasnt up to much. But it was clean and quiet, and the entertainment at night was good.
Exellence Hotel - John. Date of travel: Oct 2010
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Great place to stay. Colonial style hotel with a modern and historical wing. Rooms are very luxurious and stylish in the modern/opera wing. Very convenient location. Some language issues with staff but overall recommended. Other than breakfast, don't bother with the hotel dining. Much better and cheaper Vietnamese fare to be had within walking distance. Wifi available any where in this Hotel. Would def stay here again. visit this hotel at www.hanoisilverhotel.com
Sealife Family Resort - James Girvan. Date of travel: Oct 2010
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Immediately pressured into a room upgrade which we were told could only be paid for in cash (£20.00 per night for a Family Room). We then paid a price in Lira that bore no resemblance to the Sterling price quoted. The following day we requested a receipt and again each day we stayed at the hotel and got fobbed off by their surly reception staff most of whom struggle with basic English. On our last day we asked a new receptionist for a receipt who checked the system and told us we hadn't paid for an upgrade. We finally got a receipt, as we were on our way out to our return taxi transfer, on non-headed paper that had obviously just been typed-up to keep us quiet. Other guests were told they had no record of their room reservations on arrival so could not have a room unless they paid £200. ROOMS

The rooms are basic and fairly drab with non-existent air conditioning and double glazing (to block out the noise of the dual carriageway that runs between the hotel and the beach) making them very hot. I went down to reception to ask for a fan and was told to go away and open a window. I requested a fan a second time and, to the hotel's credit, was given a different room on the 6th floor with independent air conditioning. The bath in the room on the 6th floor leaked whether you showered or bathed but we got bored of complaining and being fobbed off so if you get Room 640 you will need to use the hand towels to stem the flow of water out of the side of the bath. POOLS

There are four pools at the hotel. An indoor (non-heated) pool which we used on our first day but were told to leave because or three year old was laughing too loud. There are two outdoor pools which don't have shallow ends so they are both 1.4 meteres deep at both ends. There is also a small pool with two slides which are turned on sporadically. Be very careful on the smaller slide because you get on the slide after climbing onto an asphalt roof which is incredibly slippy. The bigger slide seems safer until you reach the last bend which catapults you back into the base of the slide rather than the pool. Each of the pools is surrounded by marble tiling which is absolutely lethal when wet. One woman broke her leg walking back to her sunbed and another smashed her face on the steps after slipping on the floor and trying to grab the non-existent hand rails ont he stairs. Another young girl was nearly blinded by the parasols which all have protruding metal supports at face height. Injuries are a daily occurence at this hotel and the bar staff are well versed in providing bags of ice for injured guests. FOOD

The A-la-Carte restaurants were all closed when we were at the hotel so all the guests and daily coach trips fought it out for seats in the buffet restaurant. However, coach trippers are given preferential treatment with reserved tables so All-Inclusive guests queue up outside before 7PM so they can have warm food and don't have to sit at tables in the lobby next to the toilets. The food itself is repetitive with little choice for children and the menus appear to be on a two day rotation. One evening we complained about stray cats in the buffet restaurant climbing onto the tables to eat leftovers and were laughed at by the restaurant manager. We then complained to the Duty Manager in Reception at which point the Restuarant Manager (Tuncil Cetin) sprinted out of the restaurant to scream at me which astonished the packed reception and scared my wife and son. We escalated this complaint to the hotel manager but no apology was offered, nor was anything done to resolve the problems. Each day after that we were glared at by the Restaurant staff and complaining to the Hotel Manager made no difference whatsoever. DRINK

All-Inclusive drinks choices are very limited with Lager, Gin, Vodka and Raiki being the only choices. The soft drinks are dispensed from branded (Cocal-Cola, Fanta, Srpite) taps but are cheap copies. The spirits are diluted with new bottles being retrieved from cupboards with broken seals. All sorts of drinks regularly ran out and would not be replenished until the following day. ENTERTAINMENT

The advertised entertainment is non-existent. None of the advertised facilities are open/available including the kids club which is opened unsupervised for an hour each day. There are lots of staff walking around in "We Love To Entertain You" T-Shirts but no entertainment is forthcoming apart from a couple of hours of someone playing Turkish dance music each afternoon. Most guests resorted to entertaining children with DVD Players or laptops they had brought showing films for the kids or playing music for the adults. STAFF

The majority of the staff are dismissive and/or rude until you start tipping them and be aware that very few of the staff speak English so it can be very hard to make yourself understood. Our queries always went unanswered an we just got the overriding impression that unless you were handing over cash they weren't interested. OVERALL

Please be very careful when booking this hotel. The only thing that made our 7 days bearable was the weather and the other guests (of all nationalities) who seemed to adopt a siege mentality in attempting to enjoy their holidays, despite the best efforts of the Sealife Resort staff to make guests stays as unpleasant as possible. This is nowhere near a 5 Star hotel with staff dismissive of any complaints and Manager (Suleyman Gurpinar) unwilling to take any action. This is definitely not the place to go if you are female, under 18, black or disabled.
The Hampshire Hotel in Ballito is Absolutely Disgusting - Urs0909. Date of travel: Sep 2010
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This place is vile! I got a RASH FROM the bed SHEETS! I think their cleaning policy is; 'if it looks clean, it is clean- nevermind all of the bacteria and diseases that aren't visible by the naked eye.' The rash was all over my arms and neck, except where my shirt protected my skin. It's located in the middle of nowhere, your views include the highway and industrial estates. The bath is a shoe box, and the wall starts where the bath ends there is no place to rest your head unless you sit at a 90 degree angle. The rooms are very damp, and you cannot even open a window. The hotel has no restaurant. STAY AWAY from this place if you prefer to receive ANY value for your money.
Nice but not worthy of its 4 star rating - Jade and John. Date of travel: Sep 2010
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The Three Corners ocean view is looking a little tired and is no way comparable with other 4 star hotels, a 3 star rating would be more appropriate. It has a lot of good points the main one being location only a short stroll from the Marina. The rooms are nice, with air conditioning, mini fridge and television and the cleaning is exemplary. The staff are superb. The swimming pool area lacks sun umbrellas and it is difficult to get a decent spot unless you reserve a sun bed by 7 o'clock in the morning.Our real complain was the dining room and food, it is like a canteen and the food is very questionable. Our party all went down with stomach upsets at different times during our stay and this seemed common with many guests.
Great budget option - Pat. Date of travel: Sep 2010
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Great budget option
Oddballs Camp was really great and as a budget option in the Okavango Delta, we loved the mokoro trips,traveled with Dumela Botswana in Maun
Cheap hotel in Cusco safe,clean, good location - Patricia Suang. Date of travel: Sep 2010
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Prisma hotel is a small but excellent hotel located near plaza de armas in Cusco, cheap rates and very comfortable,clean,with all the necessities like free wi-fi, international dial calls, tourist info,breakfast included, professional staff and highly recommended in different travel guides. thanks Prisma hotel
Great villa at affrodable prices - Jack Grogan. Date of travel: Aug 2010
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I always stay in a villa and always book with Villaspain. Great service, great villas and great prices. They rent apartments too but I would go for a villa as you have your own space and privacy, which you appreciate after being out all day. This year I booked La Madrugada, amazing views, the villa was so comfortable and well maintained. The neighbourhood was nice and peaceful. What sets Villaspain apart from other sites is the amount of details and pictures. You know exactly what you are getting.
Staff shown little interest or regard for guests at best leading to inconvenience at best placing guests in danger - Family of 12. Date of travel: Aug 2010
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We have stayed all over the Mediterranean in the last 20 years and mainly 4 star in the last 12 years. Our stay at the Qwara Hotel, on the island of Malta in early August 2010 is the worst experience we have had, in fact it was dire. Due to flight delays and traffic in Malta, we arrived over an hour late and about 15 minutes after the hotel restaurant had closed. As a result we were told there was an entitlement to one free lunch per person but would have to give the hotel 24 hours notice. Consequently because we were a family party of 12, 3 children and 9 adults, this cost us 120 Euros extra to eat in the Pizzeria across the road from the hotel, which did not have any salad on its menu. We discovered later that this restaurant is part of the hotel and they could have accommodated us but needed 24 hours notice, a repeating theme throughout the stay. We had booked 3 rooms, each room housing 2 adults and 2 children; although because of ages it was classed and charged as 3 adults and 1 child. One of these rooms had a bathroom that was the smallest facility we had ever witnessed; measuring 5 feet deep by 9 feet wide (I mean 9 feet, literally, Iím a size 11 shoe) and within that space was the bath, toilet and sink housed in a vanity unit. When you sat on the toilet, your toes were directly behind the door, again there is the same underlying theme, have you spotted it yet? Throughout the holiday the towels were changed daily but always smelt of grease and were hard on the skin. The handle on the cistern came away from the toilet mechanism and we had to continually repair it almost every time we used the toilet. No toiletries such as soap were made available and the shower gel dispenser was empty throughout our stay, we therefore made our own purchases at a local store; with increasing flight restrictions on such things as fluids and weight of luggage, now down to 18Kg per person on bmibaby flights, this adds to the expense of the holiday. The room itself stunk of stale cigarette and initially was strong enough to make non smokers vomit, although with air conditioning on and doors open, this did improve over the holiday. The patio door did not shut properly and the curtains were off their track at all ends, despite reporting this to the hotel, nothing was ever done about it. The rooms were cleaned daily but on several occasions no replenishment of toilet roll was made in our room and we resorted to just taking one off the cleanersí trolley if we needed it. On arrival we were given station C, that repeating theme again, for the restaurant, and at our first meal, breakfast on our first day, we were told where this was and to sit there, table close to the windows. However, in practice there appeared to be a disparity in work load between restaurant staff and they would often tell us to sit anywhere usually away from the area that member of staff was responsible for, possibly to alleviate work. At breakfast and evening meals, tables were often loaded with dirty crockery, or just not set and staff seemed challenged at staying on top of this, so much so that often cutlery would be thrown onto the table in a pile for you to sort out yourself, that theme again. While the cooked food was good and tasty, the choice of food was limited and the range of vegetables and salad very limited; the worst food choice and amount Iíve witnessed for a supposed 4 star. At breakfast there were often no cups for tea or coffee and no glasses for orange juice; worst case scenario was a wait of 15 minutes for cups. The web site information said there was an indoor pool but this is not the case, it is out of action and appears to have been the case for some time. The pool area floor is often dirty in places with cigarette ends scattered. In the far corner to your right as you step out of the tunnel, is a parasol which is damaged and as a result the wooden struts hang down just above eye level, a blind spot for some and I have a sore head as a result, that theme again. The pool area was hosed down every evening before evening entertainment. Although it did not concern us directly, the pool area did not open until 8:30am resulting in queues of hotel guests lining up to get a sun lounge. The hotel is used for what appears to be school trips of Italian students which meant extremely large school parties of teenagers; we mean lots of teenagers. While these young people were mostly out of sight and well behaved when seen; large groups of teenagers can be extremely boisterous and tend not to be aware of other peoples needs, particularly when they are in large numbers. We encountered only one major problem, when walking from the pool area through the tunnel, although I changed side several times to navigate past some male students, they blocked my path each time with one student eventually squaring up to me and preventing us from passing. I made light of it but it was disconcerting and left me uneasy for a while. Despite the 3 lifts servicing 8 floors, we often had to wait for long periods, if the students were free at certain points in the day, this would only compound matters, particularly if some teenagers were in prank mode. Throughout our stay, every time you needed or wanted some thing it cost, the hotel took a charge in the form of a deposit for things like trips and taxis which it was felt added to confusion when you paid the remainder to the trip organiser or Taxi Company. On the penultimate day, the reception was rude to several of our party about paying the bill including sending children to our rooms with messages about paying our bill, which we had every intention of paying. While it is expected any hotelís existence to be about profit we would expect this to be camouflaged. Qwara Palace Hotel was geared up to profit and systems providing the system did not interfere with profit. The restaurant staff appeared unhappy in their work and often flustered. Service across the hotel seemed poor with some staff being almost rude and could not be bothered to the point of contempt and indifference. Emergency lighting hung down in one of the corridors with mains electricity on it and despite reporting it, it remained there throughout our stay. This was typical throughout our stay with no passion shown for the business they were in which led to a feeling of poor duty of care or desire to be of service. This was our first visit to Malta and we therefore do not know how much of these apparent experiences and attitudes were down to the hotel staff or a more cultural factor.
Sofia Beach - Tony. Date of travel: Aug 2010
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Have just come back from Corfu staying in the sofia beach apts, im only giving an opinion on room no7 which i think was the best apartment in the block. It was spacious, with a balcony right the way round, to wake up in the morning to a view across the swimming pool then the beach and the sea was simply stunning, the staff were very friendly, the restaurant was excellent, right on the beach, and very good value, with good food. The apts were just far enough away from the noisy centre to be bearable, but in all fairness this is a resort for the young.
Lovely accommodation - V Brown. Date of travel: Jul 2010
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Very clean apartments, quite small but very adequate. Staff and owners were lovely extremely helpful. Bar prices and food very good value. Nice pool area not too crowded. Apartments in a quiet area but lots of bars/restaurants/shops minutes away.
Please see comments above - Sharon and Peter . Date of travel: Jul 2010
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All inclusive 3/4 star hotel near to Fethiye in Olu Deniz. Beautiful pool areas - exceptionally clean - as was the whole hotel. Rooms spacious but a little 'tired'. However, good air conditioning and very adequate. Maid service extremely good. All staff fabulously friendly and couldn't do enough for you. Had six teenage/young adult children in our party - all catered for fabulously well by this hotel and resort. Reps organised some fantastic trips for all of us - even accompanied our kids 'clubbing' and arranged safe transport home at the end of a very long night! Very reassuring for anxious parents. Food all very freshly prepared but a little 'same-ish' and local drinks package disappointing, but this did not detract from a fabulous holiday. Exceptionally good value for money - I would definitely return to the Hotel Dorian.
It was pretty good. - Chris. Date of travel: Jul 2010
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The staff at the front desk was kind. The bartender, Antonio, was friendly and funny. The rest of the staff was just like (the majority of) the other native Barbados people we encountered: cold and uncaring. The beach property was lovely. The pool was always sparkling clean and the hot tub was very nice. The beach in front has some good snorkeling, too. The beach was not as nice as other beaches we visited, but it was pretty good. Our room was spacious and nice, with a good shower, bed and balcony.
Great Place to Stay (& Eat) - Peter Day. Date of travel: Jul 2010
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Great Place to Stay (& Eat)
The restaurant alone is a major reason to go to Ireon and we enjoyed every minute in your Cohyli hotel. We have never met such a friendly family running this good a restaurant. We recommend everybody who wants to go to Greece to go to Ireon, as this lovely place gives the visitor a much more authentic view of the "real" Greece. We will be back!
 
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