Blue Sea Hotel
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... a miraculous age we live in.
When a few spatters of rain came down we headed back to the ship for a well-deserved nap, ha ha.
Malta has so much history, and for so long, we went into information overload almost immediately. Six of us Cruise Critic buddies toured with Amy, a local guide. We were at it for 8 hours, and I think we saw a fraction of what there is to see. We started at 8am, and nothing was open until ...
... 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 ...
... the summer rush was over, but we still found the weather delightfully warm and swimmable. Had a couple of lovely wines on the waterfront.
Rem then brought a bottle of red back to the hotel too!
Fri 10th: Had a lazy day at Sarande READING (well I did) and swimming at another ...
... lunch on board. Corfu was impressive from what we saw. Very lush and green with a gorgeous coastline - you have to leave something to come back and explore! Tonight's entertainment was really fantastic - "East Coast Boys" a tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Season" - great to sing along to 4 guys singing with perfect harmony together with a live band. It is still raining a seas a little rougher - but it is meant to be fine in Athens ...
... stories. I loved how he gave all the characters their own voice! He was awesome. Our tour began with a 30 minute scenic drive to reach the first stop at the Kum Quat Factory. We learnt how the Kum Quats are harvested and tasted the local products. Our next stop was the bay of Paleokastritsa where we boarded a small boat to view the caves. The water was a stunning turquoise colour, there were many fish and the colour of the coral was breathtaking. After a 30 ...