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Travel Blogs from Acharavi
For over a week now the "full time holidays" are on and already a first lesson learnd: No plan is a a 100% sure unless it is fullfilled! 3rd of September was "the official leaving date" to Costa Rica fixed and settled for months...now it is the 28th! An offer to go sailing in Montenegro should not be rejected!
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... it's another, both aster and I have come down with a cold despite going mental with vitamin c. Hopefully we'll be able to find some more cold and flu meds before we get on to our little boats. Anyway we're about to get off the ferry so I'd better go! J ...
Today we went to Corfu and we were going to have a lazy day at a beach somewhere. We only got into Corfu around lunch time so we quickly got off the ship and hopped in a taxi that took us to a beach called gaflada. It was so beautiful there, the water was crystal clear and the sand looked like cinnamon. Along the sand there were lots of sun beds and umbrellas so we hired two and set up our things. After quickly applying sunscreen I ran down to the ...
Woohoo a free day!!!! After contemplating hiring a car the day before, we decided just to follow Jess and jump onto the 10:10am bus into the main city. The public bus arrived on Greek time 15 minutes later while we stood in the rain then piled in, half of us sitting on the floor due to the extremely full bus. We enjoyed the day looking around the city, attempting to speak Greek, eating and ...
Wake up call from staff at 5:30am after a surprisingly good sleep on the ferry. The group met downstairs for breakfast and we departed the ferry to hop onto our shuttle bus to take us to our hostel. We arrived at our hostel at Corfu Village and although our rooms weren't going to be ready for another hour, we didn't mind as we spend it by the pool! After a dip ...
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