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... have made some extra euros off me because I didn't pay attention to a non running meter or did not negotiate the rate at the start. When there is a language barrier it makes arguing a bit difficult after the fact. Cabbies you're making it really easy for me to side with Uber, just saying.
- The person who made the 3oz. liquid must have read my blog last month and called in a favor. While flying from Rome to Croatia my flight got delayed for a ...
... pounds on an automatic
bidet toilet seat that requires no paper use at all, or a cheap macerator to
grind everything to nothing. OK rant over.
Now off to Venice for a night before getting on our cruise
ship, Le Lyrial, heading for the Croatian islands.
Bye for now,
Richard and Christine
... down a grassy hillside to the beach that we walk to town along. A walk in the other direction takes us to more beaches. Thyme and sage grow in abundance alongside the trails we walk. Our Paros Paradise apartment comes with more than just a great view. It has a fridge, a two-hob counter top stove, kitchen sink, some pots & pans, dishes, and cutlery ( just enough to make a mess - but not too big of a mess). We have side by side twin beds, a desk, wardrobe cupboard, ...
... almost like an inlet, with cliffs on either sight, was amazing! Because it isn't very well-known, it wasn't very busy. Unfortunately, my dear nephew did not know the name of this beach, so I can't even post that...After spending some time enjoying the water and sun bathing, we left to circle the island. Our next stop...Piso Livadi.
This is a small, picturesque port, lined with tavernas, was ...
... ferry cancellations on my risk log, but the only mitigation was additional ouzo. Seems to have worked so far J.
Deb: There is a distinct shortage of “backpackers” on these ferries; which unfortunately means that as soon as we disembark and the locals flogging rooms see us, we are somewhat hounded! They are practically telling us they have a wife, granny, mother in law and 10 kids to support, to try and get us to stay in their rooms! ...