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... by the litre) topped off a perfect night….well we thought..post dinner we decided to drop in to a local bar that seemed to have a good vibe with happy hour cocktails from 10pm to midnight. Upon arrival we were sat down by the owner, Nicos, and his happy British helpers (a lot of Brits over ere guv nor) who were constantly running around serving drinks (thought they may have had ADD).. after a mojito or 2 a 3yo boy wanders in with his parents ...
... to explore and be visited during our lunch by multitudes of friendly Grecian puddles before heading back
for another delish meal at our favourite Taverna Marbella to be served by our
lovely hostess who responded to our requests with “Yeeeeessssssssss” like a
female Greek version of Lurch!
One more glorious swim to start the morning and then it was on to the north of the Island to Kassiopi for Corfu Part 2 (-:
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 ...
... green colour I’ve ever seen, and even in the deeper parts we could see clearly all the way to the bottom. We decided to do a short boat cruise around the adjoining bays to see a number of grottoes in the limestone cliffs. These grottoes featured a mixture of algae and phosphorescence that generated some amazing colours due to reasons that were lost in translation, but they were quite spectacular all the same. ...
Waking up on the ferry this morning feeling a little worse for wear and over heating. The cabins were cosy with no air conditioning so we didn't really have a wonderful sleep. Anywhere with the Greek Islands now coming into sight excitement is pretty high. Once we were off the boat we boarded the bus again for a short drive to Plataria, which is the mainland of the Greek Islands, where our yachts were waiting for us. Scott was our skipper so we had a captains ...