Coralli Restaurant and Apartments
As many of you know I have recently been on holiday to the beautiful Island of Rhodes. Therefore, I
feel this is the ideal opportunity to review some of the places I visited whilst there.
I stay at a lovely apartment complex called Coralli Restaurant and Apartments
Coralli is situated between Lardos and Pefkos and boasts stunning vistas. Famous for it's traditional Greek cuisine and also sporting a large pool (including an area for toddlers). There is also an area where there are computers that are pay as you go for a small charge and free Wi-Fi available.
This was my 2nd visit to Coralli and a large number of their visitors are on their 5th, 6th and sometimes more visits. The place, and the people are addictive.
The complex was opened in 1992 and attracts visitors from around the world.
The owners are Tsambika and Yannis, husband and wife team. They are very gracious and welcoming hosts. Their son Nikos also works at the complex. The bar staff, waiters, if fact all the staff are so obliging and try to give you the best time (and succeed too!) I have to give a mention to Pete, George, Nikos, Andreas and Angela they are fabulous and unforgettable too.
Fabulous food, a fabulous vista and fabulous people too.
The food at the Coralli is mouth watering and sure to pack on the pounds! but who cares? This was my breakfast dish of yogurt and fruit prepared by the gorgeous George. Also a fantastic selection of cocktails are available invariably served by Pete.
As a group we also ate at a newly managed restaurant Lambis. This is situated just off the main thoroughfare in Pefkos (on the road to the beach near the resort centre) Nine of us ladies landed in the roof top restaurant and were quickly seated and drinks ordered.
I must admit we waited a little nervously for our food, as there weren't too many people eating there, at that particular time. We need not have been anxious because the food was glorious with more than ample portions. We also received two large platters of fresh fruit for dessert - gratis.
Very reasonably priced, this was a wonderful meal served by efficient and friendly staff. I recommend a visit should you ever find yourself in Pefkos
The final place I will mention in Pefkos is a place called Eclipse. Which is an amazing venue with a large pool area with waterfalls all along the back wall adjacent to the large pool. You can dive into the pool from the top as many times as you want for 2 Euros! Needless to say sex in lifts - maybe! Jump off a high rocky plinth into a pool - maybe not!
As it was the start of the season the place was quite quiet but I believe it is a popular venue. There are numerous videos on YouTube showing people diving into the pool.
One of our evening trips out was a trip to a pretty and enthralling village called Gennadi. Clusters of little white painted villas of all shapes and sizes were set amongst a jumble of winding streets. Bougainvillea's trailing and rambling over the walls. Everyone acknowledges you, nodding and saying "hello".
Firstly we had a drink in a little bar located at Effie's Dreams Holiday studios. We sat drinking in the shade of an ancient mulberry tree reputed to be over a thousand years old. Here we were warmly greeted by Barbara the manager. We sat in this tranquil spot with music and the sound of gently lapping water evident from the natural spring flowing nearby.
We then headed to Sergio's, a restaurant a pleasant stroll away across the other side of the village The food here was bountiful and tasted equally wonderful. The owner Popy came and sat with us and regaled us with jokes, chatting about another restaurant worth a visit! There were twelve ladies for this, and despite our large number we had a wonderful evening.
Good food, good friends and good cheer.
Although we didn't visit the beach ( it was evening when we visited), I am led to believe it to be the
nicest beach on Rhodes.;
This week I will be reviewing two books by the same author Cole Browning.
They are Lone House and Second Nature.
Product Description for Lone House on Amazon
Sometimes a job offer can lead you in a new and wonderful direction, sometimes it can leave you screaming in the dark. Is there such a thing as an offer that is too good to be true? Or is it merely that one needs to adapt and look for the pleasures it may bring.Kate is a single woman in a dead end job; she dreams of changing her life’s direction, but until now she has done nothing about it. When she finally does, her desire to switch paths brings her to Lone House. Its name does this building no justice at all - only ‘Lone’ is accurate. The house stands isolated and empty; no one remembers ever seeing the owners and they have arranged for house sitters to live there. But these house sitters never seem to stay very long.
What secrets does the house shelter within its grounds? Will the next sitter go the way of the previous ones, where-ever that was?
Kate is to be the next resident at Lone House and soon finds things are not always as they seem. Some things are even better. The old house harbours secrets and lustful desires of its own. The question is: Will Kate adapt to her new life, taking advantage of what it offers, or will she flee back to the life she had before? One thing is for sure; everyone in contact with Kate and Lone House will find their lives changed for ever.
I read this book on my holidays in Rhodes, and it certainly got me HOT under the collar.
Lone House is a mysterious house and it doesn't take you long to find out why!
I won't give a spoiler because I hate when people do that. Suffice to say that this was an extremely entertaining and very sexy read. So much so, that I downloaded Second Nature (another book written by Cole) immediately after. I couldn't wait to review this book too. If you love erotica (as I do!) especially well written erotica and, if you love a little *fantasy* with your erotica. This is the one for you.
A well deserved 5 stars! Well done Mr Browning I loved it
Product Description for Second Nature on Amazon
Nature it’s all about us. There is the common stuff we see every day and thus hardly notice and then once in a while from somewhere, a new form of nature springs up. It is this latest new form that by a very personal introduction enters the lives of a number of ladies, for example Jasmine and Michelle; life throws them together as nature arrives unbidden and only by adapting can they hope ride out the adventure. One thing is very certain no one that comes in contact with Second Nature will ever be the same again.
I downloaded this book after first reading Lone House, on Kindle. I enjoyed the first book so much I wanted to read more by this author.
Although I wasn't sure at first whether is was fantasy or Sci-Fi. Ultimately it appears to combine the two in an unusual way.
Needless to say a big pat on the back Mr Browning.
Once again you have impressed me with your erotic storytelling. Write faster so that I can read more.
Another 5 stars well deserved.
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So keep your eyes peeled
Bye for now
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