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... to line up again. We bought 2 bottles of the rosť. The wine was nice and really cheap $8.00. Next stop was the town of Corfu. Was quite a pretty town and would have been lovely if it was warm and not constant rain. We had some free time and walked around the streets dripping wet. Didn't take any pictures on the iPad as it was so wet, but we took a few on the camera. Leaving port early tonight and heading for Kotor, hopefully warmer tomorrow.
... stories. I loved how he gave all the characters their own voice! He was awesome. Our tour began with a 30 minute scenic drive to reach the first stop at the Kum Quat Factory. We learnt how the Kum Quats are harvested and tasted the local products. Our next stop was the bay of Paleokastritsa where we boarded a small boat to view the caves. The water was a stunning turquoise colour, there were many fish and the colour of the coral was breathtaking. After a 30 ...
... yet so different nowadays. Arriving after dark (breaking
rule number one in campervanning as it means no idea were you actually are) we
bypassed a few suspect looking campgrounds to arrive at campground in Morinj,
outside of Kotor. Luckily we had struck a winner with a lovely owner, cheap
rates and great facilities. We were quickly guided to our riverside pitch,
complete with alfresco dining area.
A quick, final diversion for Noordam to Greece again. This time, the island of Corfu. We'd been told Paleostritsa was the best bit so decided to spend the day there. We ran into our Scottish friends Leslie and Brian at breakfast who had the same idea so we agreed to share a cab. As we exited through the port, we saw hire cars available for 40€ per day, so thought, why not? On seeing the size of the car, we upgraded to a tiny ...
... took about 40 minutes to circle the town and suburbs so we hopped on that. The harbour area of Corfu is very pretty, the old ramparts of which there were several were really magnificent but the rest of the town is really dismal. The train took us through places that were really slums and so much rubbish around. It’s obvious that Greece is broke as we saw the same sort of thing on our way to Olympia. We headed back to the town area and decided on ...