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... red wine (no wait, 2 jugs thus why we are a bit fuzzy headed sitting here at Athens airport waiting for our connecting flight to Dubrovnik!) The Greek dancers were very talented (and flexible said Tam) and made us all get up for a dance (Zorba, of course). After the function ended we had one last stroll along the harbour to saviour our last night and enjoy the serenity….no, not to be, within 10mins an English bloke who had 10 too many ...
... home with Nikos apparently whispering to Al on the way out to “look
after me” that evening if you know what I mean!
The following day we headed on a boat cruise to Paxos and
its neighbour Anti Paxos (apparently where you head when you’ve had enough of
Paxos…bad dad joke Al….) We were packed onto the boat and again it was an
obstacle course of dodging chain smoking Euros, very hairy, large ...
... 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 ...
... again and off we went. I would probably learn to ride a bike and get around Corfu very easily on my own if I could spend a few weeks here. There are steep hills though and we came off the bike trying to get up but a bloody elbow is all Wazza got. Me nothing. Thus was simply due to the fact we are on a 50cc. No power on that bike but more than a pushbike. Did I mention a laaaarrrvvve Corfu. Look at the pics. And that's just a small ...
... with lots of steps through the ancient ruins, dating back to 400 BC.
We see Greek, Roman and even Venetian ruins. Very spectacular. We are told that many mosaic floors have been preserved, but they are covered in plastic and sand to keep them from deteriorating. Not much good for us us, their must be a better way! We eventually get to see a small example.
This is as another ...