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... front was pretty with a grassy area and palm trees on the beach side and a large wetlands area with lakes and lagoons on the inland side. The lake had lots of birds, we could see pelican, smew, small brown ducks ,heron, storks, american coots and what we think was cormorants swimming under the water, fishing, it's incredible how long they can stay under the water for, we followed them with the binoculars for ages and they never seemed to surface. When we returned to ...
... intently and Logan sat on the front seat watching it intently! We went for a walk and tried to photograph the grebes, we spotted some more out on the open water, the village was typical a small church, a local shop that sells everything, a few tractors parked, a couple of dogs coming to see who we are and the older generation of residents watching us suspiciously until we say 'hello' to them, then they usually ...
... other at the terminal. I buy a ticket, €96.50 for me and the bike. The ferry at midnight for the 19 hour crossing. I while away the hours in a cafe that has internet. They are showing a Premier League game live. Man City win at Villa with two late goals.
... to go for the best cuisine. That
night we had dinner at Taverna Marbella, a gorgeous little spot overlooking the
ocean. THE best moussaka (my favourite Greek dish) I have ever had and Al's
favourite meal lamb chops cooked to perfection. Amused ourselves by feeding the
fish some tomato which they swarmed like baby piranhas a bit like the bees we had to escape at every breakfast swarming around our OJ and honey at our hotel!
... and aerodynamics. The boat has been designed to be used as a luxury yacht after the record attempt is finished. It is currently being used as a floating marine research laboratory by Geneva University. Around the world On 27 September 2010, Tûranor PlanetSolar set off from Monaco to circumnavigate the globe solely with the aid of solar power. One aim of the project was to focus public awareness on the importance of renewable energies for ...