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My Sunday Photo, Kardamena Kos

Happy Sunday and it is lovely and hot here is Kos. And as we sit chilling in the gorgeous Greek sunshine. With A little bit of a breeze on our skin to keep us lovely and cool.

I wanted to share a few pics from our wander into Kardamena.

It is such a pretty town and only 10 minutes by local bus which stops at about 5 hotels along the way and runs every hour throughout the day.  Or €10 in a taxi from Mark Warner Lakitira resort. 

A huge part of travel for us is getting to see the local area. And Kardamena is such a lovely little harbour town with streets lined with pretty flowers and taverna’s. We ate Mezze at the most gorgeous restaurant  called Skala and browsed the shops, stopping for the occasional glass of wine until it got dark. The boys loving the atmosphere as we people watched and chatted.

We are loving our time in Greece. Joe adores the club and all of his new friends. And we are enjoying a chill out after a truly manic year. Jack loving the post GCSE wind down who is wandering between the beach, pool and our room all day long.

The harbour in Kardamena www.extraordinarychaos.com

A walk in Kardamena www.extraordianrychoas.com

Visiting Kardamena near Mark Warner Lakiritia www.extraordinarychaos.com

Visiting the local village from Mark Warner Lakitira www.extraordinarychaos.com



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  1. 27th August 2017 / 10:48 am

    Goodness I holidayed in Kardamena about 25 years ago with an old boyfriend. Got terrible sunburn and heat rash, but I still remember it being beautiful. I bet it’s changed so much since then! Have a lovely holiday x

  2. 27th August 2017 / 1:49 pm

    I don’t think I’ve every seen an ugly shot from Greece. Achingly beautiful first shot

  3. 27th August 2017 / 6:57 pm

    What a wonderful looking place, we’ve never been to Greece

    Thank you for linking up

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