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... front was pretty with a grassy area and palm trees on the beach side and a large wetlands area with lakes and lagoons on the inland side. The lake had lots of birds, we could see pelican, smew, small brown ducks ,heron, storks, american coots and what we think was cormorants swimming under the water, fishing, it's incredible how long they can stay under the water for, we followed them with the binoculars for ages and they never seemed to surface. When we returned to ...
... at the buffet. She is one of the singers on board, off for the night because of her migraine. We sat with a couple of talkative English from near the Welsh border. The main thing we learned was that the weight limit for BA flights to the US was 34 kg, but everywhere else it’s 20kg. This strengthens my fear that we will pay more for overweight baggage on the Aegean flight from ...
... a miraculous age we live in.
When a few spatters of rain came down we headed back to the ship for a well-deserved nap, ha ha.
Malta has so much history, and for so long, we went into information overload almost immediately. Six of us Cruise Critic buddies toured with Amy, a local guide. We were at it for 8 hours, and I think we saw a fraction of what there is to see. We started at 8am, and nothing was open until ...
... of all sizes wearing school uniforms as well as scout
uniforms were hurrying by. We were in a perfect place.
Now it's more than 2 hours – I can see grandma taking slabs of thickly
cut cheese, dipping them in something, then placing them into the hot
olive oil. I can hear the sizzling, I can smell the aroma. I could
care less where we are in the blog posting. We discuss options with
the host. He brings us a small plate of ...
... trying to get the family mail server back working.
The following day was a sea day on our way around the bottom of the Italian 'boot' and on to Naples. The ship stopped at 5 am about half way between Greece and Italy after a distress call was received from a small power boat with 42 Syrian refugees. Our ship stood by until the Italian coast guard arrived and took them all aboard leaving the small boat behind. We were on our way again just after 10 ...