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This morning we had champagne breakfast in our room and then
went up on the deck and watched the tenders being lowered to carry people to
After a short debate, Erika decided to stay on board and I
went on my own to see the town. It was depressing. They are two main streets
running parallel with ...
All in all a lovely home exchange in very nice villa with lot's to see and do in the area. We ate every meal outside, mostly away from home as it has been so cheap, and swam pretty well every day.
Next, the Cyclades islands for three weeks...... you will hear from us as and when we have internet access, as this is going to be a problem.
Richard and Christine
... up challenges mostly unheard of on package holidays and cruises.
The Greek financial crisis had us on a knife edge of cancelling or not for many weeks, with a tour of Ireland penciled in as a backup, but it all came right at the last minute, and we are pleased to report that life here is completely unaffected by what's going on in Brussels or Athens.
The Peloponnese peninsular is the southern-most part of mainland ...
... their eight year old daughter, Dot, are a family (Scottish / Irish living in England) traveling for six months throughout Europe with a caravan. The kids got on famously and we made plans to visit them today at another beach up the road and then enjoyed a glass of wine and a game of Kubb. Has anyone heard of this? Once they showed us the game, we realized we had seen a family playing it in a park in Innsbruck. Ali said they found it at JYSK, and it ...
... how deep the rock pool was, and I must say it made a mahusive splash so I'm guessing it was pretty deep After that, Me and dad went for breakfast and we both had beans on toast with a big cup of tea☕ I went snorkelling and saw a crab! It was only small but it looked snappy Tonight, we're having a pizza from Perasma again ...