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... last 15 were a breeze and finally managed to get the little BMW to 5th gear. Upon arriving the town was full of tourists and coaches, the views were again amazing at the top were a 12th century monastery still stands – and full of cats (the dress Tam had to wear was straight out of a Zara catalogue). The highlight was hiring a paddle boat to visit the other beaches and explore the reefs – but don’t both ...
... br> and wandered the meandering cobblestoned streets and found Al his second fridge
magnet to add to our collection. After yelling some encouragement to some
talented local kids playing football on a puddle soaked pitch, we then went to
our lovely hosts second tip “The Old Village Taverna” up a tiny sidestreet in
Moraitiki covered in grapevines and bouganvilleas. We were warmly welcomed by
Nikos the amiable owner ...
The day started out at a warm 82 degrees, in deadly still air between the two boats on either side of us that continue to make Milena feel like the center of a sandwich. The first thing we had to do after leaving our slip, is to fill up the boat with plenty of gas to get us to Taormina ---- many miles away. We had to wait for a while for the boat that was there to move... So this delayed our true departure about 1/2 hour. Once we filled our two tanks, we ...
... with many photo opportunities, quite some restraint needed.
We return to Saranda for lunch, again it was a bit ordinary.
We return to the port, with an Albanian passport stamp, randomly placed of the first blank page they find. At least they had ink!
Dinner is again formal. After dinner, we go the Vista Lounge to watch the "Legends of Rock" show. Very good Queen finale.
Waking up on the ferry this morning feeling a little worse for wear and over heating. The cabins were cosy with no air conditioning so we didn't really have a wonderful sleep. Anywhere with the Greek Islands now coming into sight excitement is pretty high. Once we were off the boat we boarded the bus again for a short drive to Plataria, which is the mainland of the Greek Islands, where our yachts were waiting for us. Scott was our skipper so we had a captains ...