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... br> After asking a local travel agency (my idea, not Tams – score) we were soon on our way to find our apartment down a lane way that narrow you couldn’t even swing one of Greece’s cats in it (and there are many puddies here). Luckily a handsome, striking Greek fellow named (one guess) Spiros came to our assistance and guided us to the harbour where we can park our car and showed us the short cut back to our apartment. Onya ...
... side, a keg here, tiny pair of speedos there, some backs
in dire need of a trip to Rio for a wax and the ladies don’t mind getting their
hooters out! Al took great pleasure in pointing out the less attractive “sights”
of Corfu whilst I was a little kinder and only pointed out the glams!
That afternoon we bit the bullet and drove back into
Corfu town (with a sidetrip to the airport to get a GPS (-; ) explored the ...
... The island is rich in green forests, filled with cypress, and olive trees. It has two beaches, Porto (Πόρτο) and Braghini (Μπραγκ 943;νι), which are two Italian originated names that were named during Venetian rule. Though Braghini is rarely used it is known to be nicer then the other beach Porto. Bragini is not used very much due to the fact that it is further away from the main part of the ...
The ship is moored at the port on Corfu. We are going to Albania, so we have to go through Greek Immigration to leave Greece. Greek Immigration is chaotic, with long queues and plenty of people pushing in. Eventually we get our passports stamped, very faintly because Greek finances don't permit the purchase of ink!
We then board a hydrofoil for Albania, about 30 minutes. We land at ...
... daiquiris where we got a taste of the famous 'free pouring' we've been hearing about! Refreshing! Scott and I went for a walk to look at an old bombed out house. There was a family living in at the time and the Germans decided to use the house as target practice. Sad story but it was very pretty to see. It's seemed weird for me looking at something that actually happened rather than hearing stories. For the first time in my life I'm wishing I took history at ...