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Kassiopi is 30kms north from Corfu town (50kms total from Agios Ioannis Peristeron) with the last 20kms full of twists, turns, climbs, narrow passes, and several gear changes in our little BMW rental. Driving on the right hand side in a left handed drive over these roads never felt so exhilarating! The surprise twist was when we arrived in Kassiopi and had to scour the streets to find our apartment (the only address for the apartment was ...
GPS” instead… Who needs a GPS on an island right?? Rookie mistake, we took the
wrong turn out of the airport and went on a magical mystery tour of Corfu Town
with its winding traffic choked roads and one way streets. With no idea
where we were going and Al's first experience driving on the wrong side of the
road and with a manual and no understanding of traffic rules, needless to say
the veins were pulsing out ...
... former community of the Ionian Islands, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Corfu. It is located 41 km off the northwestern coast of the island of Corfu, and is almost equidistant from Corfu to the southeast, Mathraki to the southwest, and Othonoi to the west. There is only one town on the island, also named Ereikoússa. Its population was 698 at the 2001 census and its land area is 3.7 square kilometres (1 ...
... haven't seen it all it appears to be getting smaller and so does our large stateroom especially when Wazza is eating his breakfast argh! The comedian on the ship did a show last night which we enjoyed after a slow start and my concern of the elderly lady beside me who needed her hubby to repeat most things the comedian said. Wazza was confidently telling me, I'm alright I can talk to most people, but was proven wrong quite quickly ...
The ship is moored at the port on Corfu. We are going to Albania, so we have to go through Greek Immigration to leave Greece. Greek Immigration is chaotic, with long queues and plenty of people pushing in. Eventually we get our passports stamped, very faintly because Greek finances don't permit the purchase of ink!
We then board a hydrofoil for Albania, about 30 minutes. We land at ...