Bitzaro Grande Hotel
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This morning after a leisurely breakfast. Marky and I borrowed Marco's car and headed off to Vathi. Marky was wanting to check on our Greek wedding paper work! As it turned out our marriage certificate is perfectly legal in Greece- however in Australia it would need the Greek Apostille stamp!!!! So we have sent it off to the powers that be and asked Andy's solicitor Alexandro's to post ...
Another glorious day in Kioni. After breakfast we headed to the Greek Orthodox Church for the 9am service. Marky wanted to see what it was like. There's lots of incense being fluffed around by the priest, with little bells tinkling! Lots of standing up, then sitting down- then up again. The Greeks don't do anything by halves. They genuflect 5 times during each prayer!! We were getting RSI because we just copied everyone else!! ...
We had a lovely sleep in and then went for a delicious swim in the crystal clear sea. It's soooo turquoise blue! You can see to the bottom of the water it is so salty and clean! The weather has been amazing 26 degrees. We then wandered into the village and had a lovely coffee. We ordered a Greek salad and saganaki (fried haloumi). God we are just getting so fat! The Greek cheeses are delicious and the beers good too. However, their red wine ...
We awoke to a beautiful sunny morning. We could hear boats putting out of the harbour, roosters crowing, birds singing and the occasional goat bell ringing from the hills above. We opened the package my sister Janina had given us when we left. It was a beautiful hand painted card with a poem she'd written especially for us! I had a little tear and realized I was going to miss our families being here. We had a leisurely breakfast of fresh baked Greek ...
The famous 'luxury cabin' on the Ariadne does quite an impressive job of living up to its name, spacious and boasting an en-suite bathroom, a genuine bath (plus the hot water to fill it!), air-con and a window looking out over the port-deck onto the Aegean. The beds are perhaps a bit lumpy but that's the only complaint. We reach Piraeus soon after 0700 and, by dint of some cunning preliminary manoeuvring, the Raven gets himself ...