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We stopped at the port of Corfu. The only way to really get around the island is to take an excursion. At least it was for us. We were going to see a Monastery in the village of Palaiokastritsa and to the village of Gastouri to visit the 19th century Achilleion Palace.
The places were very beautiful and again the excursions didn't disappoint ...
... tour group would be eating an early breakfast. Ugly Americans. At this point I was feeling pretty down. A lot of things on my mind: no cell battery, no kindle battery, how is this going to affect my sleep schedule, I feel sunburned, when should I time my bathroom visit considering the journey from Patras to Athens... these thoughts bouncing around while I sit alone in a soulless, quiet (the tour group has left) dining room. A voice came over the speaker informing us that we'd ...
... off to bed. We get to mover our clocks back an hour tonight because Dubrovnik is on the same time as Italy.
Ric: Tapas, lentil salad, Pasta with Chicken and cheesecake
Nikki: Tapas, green soup, flank steak and apple tart
Regan: Soft Shell Crab, tomato soup, Pasta with Chicken and apple tart
Kelsie: Shrimp, green soup, Roasted Root Vegetables and apple tart
... at a seal show in the middle of the ocean. We all hoped of the boat after having one of the greatest days on the water. We all had to get ready the toga party that was going to be happening. We all got dressed up and headed for the hall I went in for half and hour and was really over it and absolutely dead so left and headed for the balcony for a few quiet ones the hit the ...
... the motorized gates, which lead to a long, windy drive made of stone pavers and lined with all sorts of trees. So far, I’ve found orange, pomegranate, apple, quince, fig and walnut so trees. Some of you are aware of my obsession with fruit trees, so you can imagine how this thrills me. I love seeing fruit grow, from miniature to full-size, colorful and edible. How cool is that?
Pulling up to the ...