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... again, back into town to pick up a few nibbles at the supermarket and David is once again soooo happy to have found a bottle of Southern Comfort at a very cheap price in a tiny liquor shop - in Poros of all places! LOL. He has been struggling to find it.
Back to the resort and we enjoyed a couple of hours sun baking, swimming and reading.
Dinner time and back on the quad bike (aka the pretend Harley Davidson. ...
... What the heck; an unhealthy birthday breakfast followed with a boiled egg (thought I should eat at least one good thing), then a croissant and serve of raspberry meringue cake with a decent dollop of chocolate hazelnut sauce! Mmmmmm was so good!
A quick Skype with niece Rachel who had ever so kindly posted me a pressie and asked "Uncle Dabid" (this is what our cute grand nephews call Uncle David) to organise a pedicure from her. It was lovely to chat ...
Oh this is the life. We woke up...dozed some more and had a cuppa in bed - then enjoyed a leisurely breakfast at the resort - as you do :) The variety was great...very different from what we've been used to on the tour.
We decided to take a taxi into town, as the resort is quite a way out. Fortunately the taxi is affordable at around 5 euros. We had a nice time browsing in the shops and chatting to ...
The alarm blaringly sounded at 5.30 and at 6.15 we were showered and back on the bus to the airport. Our promise of being looked after at the airport didn't really happen, and we joined the same long awful lines with just one person checking us in.
And I couldn’t believe when the hysteria started again at the check in counter, more spitting, more screaming haha. One old Italian Granny told another ...
Our decision to stay aboard today is partly due to a desire to avoid 44 passenger coaches to only partially restored archeological sites and partly due to a desire to investigate the experience of living the life of a sloth. Or, at least, a sloth with internet access.
My habit is to read my hometown newspaper, The Kansas City Star, online each day. This morning, aboard the Norwegian Jade, I read Lewis Duigiud’s column to start my ...