Belle Helene Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We can't believe we have only 2 full days left. Tomorrow we have to be at our final destination, Plataria, Sailing Holiday's northern Ionian base. We left our 3-night, post-storm anchorage at Monganissi as quickly as possible this morning since, frankly, we'd had enough of it and enough of getting in and out of a dinghy filled with water to go anywhere was getting tiresome. We headed off for the Greek mainland and there was just about enough wind for a gentle, morning ...
Our day Started with Breakfast out on the back Deck , Food as usual is great and a lot of it ! Disembarkation we effortless and before we new it we were in Corfu 5Euro got us a Daily Bus Pass, we hopped off at the old town and walked up to a fort then around the the ...
... At the edge of
the old city there was a main road that reminded me of Brunswick, back in the
sixties. Unassuming little shops, magnificent plaques (that we couldn’t read)
and more coffee houses than we have in Melbourne.
When in Corfu, do as the corfuans do – sit in a sidewalk
coffee and watch the people walk by.
We had two ice coffees each and tried to decide which way will lead us back to the bus.
So after trying to figure out what to do next, we booked some flights to another Greek island called Corfu as it seemed the much less painful way to get up to Albania (instead of a 10 hour bus). We spent the day in Athens, not really doing too much as it's not really a nice place, full of graffiti and horrible smells. I was hoping to meet up with one of the Greek karate guys but couldn't get hold of him. I finally managed to do my laundry and wash all my clothes but it meant ...
... port. I was
hooked – I wanted to keep cruising around for a living but my luck had run out.
Someone else was being flown out from England and Id been overlooked – bummer!
Fate must have been watching though as a few days later I received an unexpected
email. A CV I had logged months ago with a company called Seafarer were looking
for a flotilla mate – full time! Reading it I couldn’t believe the coincidence