Dina's Paradise Hotel & Apartments
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... red wine (no wait, 2 jugs thus why we are a bit fuzzy headed sitting here at Athens airport waiting for our connecting flight to Dubrovnik!) The Greek dancers were very talented (and flexible said Tam) and made us all get up for a dance (Zorba, of course). After the function ended we had one last stroll along the harbour to saviour our last night and enjoy the serenity….no, not to be, within 10mins an English bloke who had 10 too many ...
... side, a keg here, tiny pair of speedos there, some backs
in dire need of a trip to Rio for a wax and the ladies don’t mind getting their
hooters out! Al took great pleasure in pointing out the less attractive “sights”
of Corfu whilst I was a little kinder and only pointed out the glams!
That afternoon we bit the bullet and drove back into
Corfu town (with a sidetrip to the airport to get a GPS (-; ) explored the ...
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 ...
... when I tried to retrieve it. Found on the floor. Hmmm Talking about licence. Wazza is proud of himself this morning for finding his licence. I left it at home he says. Nooooooo you didn't Wazza, you drove to the airport. It's got to be in your bag. Sooooo rummage, and up end everything to find it. All packing technic is thrown out the window and he's got **** everywhere. But he found his licence. Next he says get ready, let's get ...
The ship is moored at the port on Corfu. We are going to Albania, so we have to go through Greek Immigration to leave Greece. Greek Immigration is chaotic, with long queues and plenty of people pushing in. Eventually we get our passports stamped, very faintly because Greek finances don't permit the purchase of ink!
We then board a hydrofoil for Albania, about 30 minutes. We land at ...