Glad you like the blog - thank you for the compliments!
Re the spa. It was certainly there last year, but I think it's relatively new. Pricewise, compared to similar places in the UK I'd say it's very reasonable, but of course it really depends on your definition of expensive!
I've got a copy of their current price list, and from a quick look through the cheapest treatment seems to be an "Express Hands, File and Polish" at 8€. At the other end of the scale the most expensive treatment is "Synchronized Abhyanga" - an Ayurvedic body treatment with 2 therapists, which costs 160€ for 80 minutes. However, that is the only treatment over 100€. Massages are roughly 30€-60€, wraps, scrubs and masks 30€-45€.....
Oh, and they make great tea too! (Ginger, honey and lemon - chilled!)
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Quote: Originally posted by minder555 on 16 April 2009
Hi Rocky and Bill
Thanks for that you have been a great help .I will definatly give it a try.
Wonder if they have a prickle heat cure.lol
No probs, happy to help!
... and whilst I'm not sure about the prickly heat cure they do do a cucumber and yoghurt mask for sun burnt skin.... anyone for Tsatsiki??!
Message posted by parkites on 16 April 2009 at 11:29pm - IP Logged
Hi Nigel, Rocky and Bill thanks for all info on Asian spa. It looks high up from the beach. Me and my husband think it must be where the Chinese used to be or there about. I can't believe we missed it last year as well as other people, unless it opened after we went home. And Nigel can I say you are very good with the links and becky you can sleep tonight now we know where it is, sort of!!!!!1
Message posted by parkites on 16 April 2009 at 11:37pm - IP Logged
Hi Becky, the best thing for prickly heat is take antihistamines at least a month before you go and carry on taking while you are there, it works for me (I was really bad) up to last year you could buy Fenestil in a chemist over there and it was fab. but for some reason we think they have stopped selling it. Can any members living in Corfu find out why they have stopped selling. Would be very gratful. You could use that gel for most things. sue
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