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As I said our Greek Adventure was just beginning.
Waiting at the port in Naxos a bone chilling wind had developed and whilst we sat and sheltered attempting to avoid being frozen stiff we watched all the boats pitch and roll about the harbour.
Departure time came and went with no sign of our ferry which wasn't surprising but there no advice as to what was happening. Finding the office of the port police they advised that the ferry was delayed but had no idea for ...
... in Piraeus harbour. We smugly walked by the Cunard passengers who had to wheel their own luggage to their coach. A swift check in onto Silver Spirit and we were off to lunch. Back at the suite we were introduced to our butler to whom I gave instructions about how to treat my teddy bear. Ted likes watching movies while we are at dinner so on no account are they to be switched off even though we are not in the room. He also likes his own glass ...
... Crete to Santroini again - all good things to know.
Still trying to figure out how I am going to drag myself onto the 6 hour ferry from 1 AM - 7 AM to Athens on Thursday. (Trust me - checked the flights and there are none.) I have spoke to some locals - including the pharmacist. I have stocked up on Dramamine and she said do not drink before you go on. No liquids in your stomach and if you must eat, eat bread to ...
Got ourselves up and had breakfast, loaded up and heading out the door as the church bells began pealing! The route back was so much easier than when we left. Don't know how we got so lost on the way here. Guess I looked pitiful because every bridge we came to some gentleman helped carry my big rolling duffle across for me!
A mixup at the bus station. There are two different bus systems to the airport, ATVO ...
... very rough well worn cobbles and donkey poo!!! Lorraine had leg “jelly wobbles” 3/4 of the way down and I along with another kind male passenger had to help her to the bottom.The ship sailed on time around 5pm for Katakolon.
The show tonight early at 7pm was a very talented juggler comedian called Goronwy Thom, a great show. Then all 8 were at dinner, talking about our day's adventures plus again good conversation.