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Nondas Apartments

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Topic: Nondas Apartments
Posted By: Jaxer
Subject: Nondas Apartments
Date Posted: 20 Jun 2013 at 4:11pm
Hiya,
Has anyone stayed in Nondas, I know they are up the hill, but somebody mentioned a short cut up behind the paper shop, does anyone know if this is correct. We have booked to go in July.



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Posted By: Don1
Date Posted: 21 Jun 2013 at 10:05pm
We stayed there last August. Quirky is the word..
There is a short cut, turn left and keep on to end of bungalows. There is a wall that had a step ladder. Cross there, go forward, turn right at end of wall and brings you out to the track up the side of Maria's. 

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Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence.


Posted By: Jaxer
Date Posted: 22 Jun 2013 at 12:05am
Thanks Don, I am sure I can manage the shortcut, however should I worry that you said Quiirky? or can you elaborate on this Smile

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Posted By: Don1
Date Posted: 10 Jul 2013 at 9:46am
Sorry... Been in San Stef last 2 weeks.
We had no wardrobe in Nonda's just conduit with hangers. The balcony we had didn't have the normal patio chairs but a leather carver... Cue one burnt bum!!!

Pool brilliant... Absolutely loved Nonda's but don't expect luxury.



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Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence.


Posted By: Jaxer
Date Posted: 10 Jul 2013 at 4:45pm
Thanks for your reply. As long as its clean it doesn't bother me about the furniture, as long as we have a bed! I will remember about the seats on the balcony. Don't want any burnt bums. Hope you enjoyed your holiday in San Stef.


Posted By: Don1
Date Posted: 10 Jul 2013 at 10:29pm
My superior half has just reminded me that the towels were not changed all week. She ended up buying beach towels.
If you want water notify Sally and it's delivered to your room. Just drop off the money...

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Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence.


Posted By: Don1
Date Posted: 26 Jul 2013 at 6:50pm
Have you been yet Jaxer?
We flew home on the sixth July after a great two weeks.
We enjoyed it that much we returned on fourteenth July for a week!!!
We spoke to someone who was at Nondas.

Would love to hear what you thought. 


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Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence.


Posted By: Jaxer
Date Posted: 08 Aug 2013 at 12:15pm
Hey Don,
We came back on Tuesday after two weeks at Nondas. It was a lovely quiet holiday. Just perfect. The apartments as you know are basic but clean with everything you would need. Air con paid by meter which we thought was great. Towels changed only once a week but just asked Sally for clean ones and she gave us them. Wonderful Sally I can honestly say I have never met a woman who works to hard!! She couldn't do enough for us. Nondas, well what can anyone say about Nondas, he made us laugh, and he makes very good red and white wine . We used to tell him off for shouting Sally every five minutes. He just laughed!!
The hill by the Tasaros is huge there is no getting away from that, but the short cut was good, after a few beers on a night time it was hilarious trying to get over the little step ladder. But thank goodness it was there
The transfers were done by Dimitri, Nondas son, which were fine.
We would go back to the Nondas, considering it was only 500 euros for two weeks for the apartment and including transfers! What more could a person ask for.

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Posted By: Don1
Date Posted: 08 Aug 2013 at 11:13pm
Glad you had a good time. We loved the tranquility as we often had the pool to ourselves (August Bank Holiday too) and would go back any time.
We normally stay at Peli & Marias, next door but one to the stile. Unfortunately due to a heart condition I can't go uphill though am as mobile as anyone on the flat. Really struggled in June, quarter hour from shop to top of the hill. 
Tried Olga in July. Nice basic but clean apartments but slight hill was strenuous.
Trying Jasmine in two weeks. Should be flat too there. 

Where in God's Acres are you from. I was born in the Bloo Toon but moved away 60 years ago!!!



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Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence.


Posted By: Jaxer
Date Posted: 11 Aug 2013 at 9:12pm
Hey Don, Sorry about your heart condition, the hills are quite shocking. I think if someone had a quad at the bottom of the hills and charged a euro each time someone needs a lift they would make a fortune!! We stayed at the Olga a few years ago, it was as you say clean and basic. I am from Edinburgh. Jaxer is the name of my dog!! Lucky you going back in two weeks. Hope you have a great time



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