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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... in summer. Passed worst of crowds to a quieter bay at the end. Heavy rain and strong winds in arvo but settled down after dusk. Dropped anchor about 50m offshore and rowed in to yacht club. Nice open setting full of expat poma. Quiz night tonite and English food. Good local beer Pauline made a great curry for dinner. Hot during night when breeze ...
... food but all precooked in a bain marie. Stuffed eggplant and zucchini, pork in a cream sauce and meatballs in tomato sauce. Yum. 15e a head with wine and beer. Joined by Marina from Sweden- friend of g&p on a motor boat wintering in Preveza on boat. Mark and Janet going home ...
... night for us, with a beer-pong tournament. I didn't play because I just wanted to watch, but it was a lot of fun!! Had another relaxed night (what's happened to me?!) and ended up just helping make sure a couple people made it to bed okay. We've all become such a big family, and everyone always looks out for each other. It's really ...
... it was almost midnight, so we headed back. Some people went to the pool bar to kick on, but I decided to have a quiet night, and headed to bed. Corfu is beautiful, but it's tiring!! Up. Feeling okay. Breakfast. Bus to boat. George's cruise. Party boat. Water sports. Biscuiting. Awesome. Pete and Jordan. Flipped it. Swimming. So salty. Sunburnt. Chemist. Back to hotel. Pool. Out to Ionian ...
... the rear dropped out the back. Tied also to both boats either side we were really safely moored and not going anywhere. Strange, but pleasant, noises in the night from our cabin in the bow as the sea lapped onto the beach....and our hull. Parga, we discovered, is a beautiful (from the sea) but quite touristy town. We took the water taxi (run by a lovely man called Yiannis) from the mooring to the town, just half an hour after we arrived, which was a mile or so away in another ...