Airotel Achaia Beach
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... br> Fortunately we had a near full fuel tank, as in Italy fuel was more than €0.30/litre more expensive. A big difference, we assume because of taxes. Our last stop before boarding the Ferry was a supermarket.
We boarded at 4pm and departed at 5.30pm
You never know what is in a day!
Our Peloponnese tour has had to come to an end, and the ferry taking us to Italy is calling. It is with deep regret we didn't have more time in Greece. It seems like this has been a common theme this year. Vanning here has been a breeze, with lovely sites, cheap, delicious food and free camping abundant. Though I guess we better not leave Laura’s sister abandoned at the airport in Rome.
... which is the main narrow sea between the Mediterranean and the Adriatic. At first we are surrounded by islands and large areas of land and so its quite calm but once out into the Ionian sea it becomes mighty rough once again.
As the gales are coming from the south and driving the waves north it means loads of water is passing through this rather narrow channel and so is extremely rough.
Its now 23h20 and we are still out in the rough seas so lets hope it slows the ship ...
... of a chat with them and than got back in the car and returned on the same twisty road. Just after we left from the caves we came around a corner and all of a sudden there were goats all over the road. They were so cute but there must have been over 200 of them. They were skipping over each other, slowly walking down the middle of the road and it took awhile before we were past them. I was so happy when we arrived back in Patras that all the driving ...
... fixed at a bike shop, then I found an electronics store that sells cameras. All this in one afternoon! I love it when things are easy. I did have to settle on the camera, though. The selection wasn’t too great, but after what happened to my last camera, I decided to get a water and shock proof camera. I got the Olympus TG-320, which cost me $210, a bit more than the $130 price tag on Amazon.com. It looks solid, but I am going to miss ...