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... Milan that we are paying for the ticket.
11/12 At sea
Yesterday I fell asleep at 3 and didn’t wake until 7pm. Thus I was not surprised when I woke up at 1:15, thinking it must be 5am. I read a couple of chapters of my novel about a Venice policeman and fortunately fell asleep until 7am. For the first time in months there were no dark circles under my eyes this ...
... 8217;s yacht (they are shooting in the hills nearby). There is a continuous stairway to the top which looks like 6-7 stories. They didn’t wave at us though – maybe still shooting.
We had lunch at a fishing village. The boats for this village are all painted in blue and yellow, and all have 2 eyes on the bow to fend off evil. The eyes are not painted on but are little tiny sculptures complete with an eyebrow. I had pureed ...
... is up a 2 kilometre hill?
We headed back into Corfu Town, took pictures of the old fort, walked our bikes through the pedestrian shopping area and then down the road bordering the water. The Veranda restaurant appealed to us and we had our perfect Greek lunch of Greek salad, calamari, Filo wrapped feta cheese with honey and sesame seeds, Mythos beer and retsina. Free WiFi meant that we could chat with James as he was still up in the middle of ...
We arrived in Corfu in quite heavy rain. We had organized a hire car for €43 which was very reasonable, and decided we would continue on with our plans. We drove to Paleokastritsa Bay which would have been beautiful on a nice day with a very rugged coastline and beaches. There was a monastery that we walked to with raincoats and umbrellas and viewed the inside of the church. Greek churches have flat ceilings and are decorated ...
... next day it gave way to blue skies and we were able to see what the Lonely Planet describes as the only fjord in the Mediterranean (not technically accurate, but you get the idea).
Kotor in general was a pretty old touristy town with many cute narrow streets to wander. There is a well preserved fortress at the top of one of the mountains close to the town that people can climb, it’s 280m up and many ...