Corfu Palace Hotel
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... airport, ready to spend, without knowing yet, big part of my life during that whole day and the next in it waiting for the plane of Cris to land. So the problem was that the pussy pilot of easyjet couln't made the landing due to the bad weather conditions (which weren't actually that bad and other planes were landing). Anyway, he did several tries during the day, in the meanwhile going to Athens and then Napoles to land, refuel and try again. Even though, Cris had ...
... fonding to do so. It was such the passion with which she was telling me her story, that i could almost feel the urge to go and join them in this beautiful lifestyle connected with nature. It is really inspiring to meet such cool people from all over the world, each of them with an even most impressive story than the one before. Time to leave Albania, traveling by ferry for the first time in the trip to... ...
7) Last time you touched yourself?
.... Yeah. Things got personal REALLLL quick.
I spent my last day in Greece by going into Corfu town. Now when you think of Greece, you're most likely thinking of Santorini- Blue Roofs, White Houses. Yeah- that's not Corfu sadly. Corfu Town was occupied by Venetians for over 200 years so the buildings all looked Italian- imagine that. Could my life be any more ironic? I felt ...
... ferry to arrive.
When the ferry arrived it was full steam ahead, no order whatsoever we all boarded the ferry, bikes safe in the eye’s of Greek ferries we went up stairs to claim our seat. Luckily the ferry was very empty and we were able to get 4seats together, we lifted up the rests and Rhys was able to lie down and sleep – with my pillow, which he stole! I was forced to attempt to sleep on 2seats! Lets see how the night ...
... about it or it's history. The place is pretty much deserted, but the views are pretty good. We wander back down to the old town and sit by the ocean for a bite to eat, but we don't really have much of a plan for the day and we are a bit rudderless. Paul convinces me we should get one of the local buses out to one of the areas away from the old town and we get ourselves some tickets and pick Dasia. It is about half an ...
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