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... after a short training run through the village; white pebbles, crystal blue water, warm temps but not extreme, no wonder we have had a few training swims in these waters to date, just superb. After a relax back in our apartment we glanced over a few menus and decided on a restaurant that was alit with the glow from a full moon (no, not mine). The food was amazing (amaze balls to the Gen X’s reading this) and the red wine (wine is served ...
... br> clad men ....and women! (Who were only slightly less hairy than the men (-; )
We cruised into the Blue Caves carved out from the limestone of the coastline
and then headed to the most pristine, ice blue, clear water I have ever seen
for a swim. I felt like I was in a scene from the Blue Lagoon. We sailed down a
narrow neck lined with tiny colourful boats and into Gaios Harbour on Paxos
another quaint and picturesque ...
... with many photo opportunities, quite some restraint needed.
We return to Saranda for lunch, again it was a bit ordinary.
We return to the port, with an Albanian passport stamp, randomly placed of the first blank page they find. At least they had ink!
Dinner is again formal. After dinner, we go the Vista Lounge to watch the "Legends of Rock" show. Very good Queen finale.
... The bus then headed out of town and through the fruit & olive groves to the seaside community of Paleokastritza on the opposite side of the island. The series of bays and small village were a a nice contrast from the hustle and bustle of the bigger attractions we have been to so far, but now that we’ve seen it we are both amazed that we’ve never heard of it before. The water is the most ...
... 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 ...