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... last 15 were a breeze and finally managed to get the little BMW to 5th gear. Upon arriving the town was full of tourists and coaches, the views were again amazing at the top were a 12th century monastery still stands – and full of cats (the dress Tam had to wear was straight out of a Zara catalogue). The highlight was hiring a paddle boat to visit the other beaches and explore the reefs – but don’t both ...
GPS” instead… Who needs a GPS on an island right?? Rookie mistake, we took the
wrong turn out of the airport and went on a magical mystery tour of Corfu Town
with its winding traffic choked roads and one way streets. With no idea
where we were going and Al's first experience driving on the wrong side of the
road and with a manual and no understanding of traffic rules, needless to say
the veins were pulsing out ...
... with lots of steps through the ancient ruins, dating back to 400 BC.
We see Greek, Roman and even Venetian ruins. Very spectacular. We are told that many mosaic floors have been preserved, but they are covered in plastic and sand to keep them from deteriorating. Not much good for us us, their must be a better way! We eventually get to see a small example.
This is as another ...
... view), which looked down on Paleokastritza and the surrounding coastline. We had a short time to sample some locally made snacks and liquers before continuing up to the crest of the mountain and back down the other side to the port. A minor hiccup with Corfu Port Security and we were back on board just in time before the ship set sail.
Once again we whiled away the remaining hours in the lounge bar snacking ...
... 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 ...