Acharavi Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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.
... a service in Yacht club. If they are seen to be demanding or perceived as treating the staff like slaves they have the right. People who stay in yacht club have the right to get the service they want - this made me feel sad and all of a sudden staying in yacht club lost its appeal. I don't think I could watch rich people treat staff like slaves.
Next stop was the laundry. This zone was very interesting except the MSC receptionist Anna conducting the tour ...
... as they filmed on the walls we walked the previous day. Again, like split, it was a massive production. We were able to see Tommen and his b word of a mother Cersei (actors names need not apply). We had scoped a small bar with swimming area from above on the previous morning and spent the morning lying on the rocks, very European-beach style, swimming and generally taking it easy as others fished, snorkeled and sunbathed around us. We met again ...
... the rain came and the view disappeared. As I pulled off the road, the front tyre hit a tree-stump hidden by grass, and promptly deflated with a hiss. Timing!! Brian gallantly changed the tyre (my job was confined to holding the umbrella for him) but I was aghast at the spare - a half size runt of a thing that was pretty flat too! Still thete was no other option, so I drove carefully back down all the zigzags through pouring rain - ...
... swooped on the table, grabbing and fighting over the bread, knocking bottles and glasses flying. I nearly cried in fright and once again nearly fell out of my chair. They were shooed off but were so persistant!!! Finally we got our dips and bread and I gratefully was gulping down my beer when a pigeon decided he wanted what we were having. He came up beside Steve and hopped on the table, I jumped half out of my chair, screeching with fear and as ...