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... we passed through security who checked the large locker, under the sofa and in the back storage area, it's a good job we didn't stow away any of those cats and dogs! We then cooked tea and settled in for the long wait at dock no. 5. Other vehicle began to arrive, wagons, white vans, a camper van, an overlander built on a small wagon chassis and cars, the occupants wandered about, some chatting in groups, the wagon drivers sat at the side of the vehicles and cooked ...
... I was shocked! By two o'clock or so we had reached the end of the days drive, Les had chosen a spot off the mapping on his phone to see if there was a suitable place to park. We drove down a narrow track littered with oranges that had fallen off the trees, after a short while it turned into an area of wetlands, we could make the track out through the water and followed it until it met the sea front. We ...
... I stop for a coffee at a small cafe high up then join the A2 about 50km further on from where I left it to turn down to Meteora.
I resume the tunnel count anyway, though surely many missed in that 50km stretch. The count is up to 55 when I arrive in Igoumenitsa.
... we have Batman to protect the ship!! (I know he’s not real, Roisin!!)
In British and US ships the entertainment varies between singing, dancing and comedians (using the term loosely!!) On MSC it is difficult to employ comedians due to the language differences. Most of the entertainment is visual. When dialogue needs to be used we have found that it is always in English. For example in the Ninja Turtles set they had a narrator who spoke in English. The Penguin spoke briefly ...
... 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 ...