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Argostoli - Greece
We arrived at Santorini on Friday but had decided before hand not to visit it this time. We were there a couple of years ago for 3 days and really saw all we wanted to see. It is very commercialized now according to locals so we spent the day having a relaxing onboard time. That night after a fantastic dinner we came across a show “The Marriage Game” that was about to start so thought we would have a look. Never ...
... our included lunch is a tad ordinary. They give us some local wines, the white is very sweet polish remover, the red is just red polish remover. Eventually find a beer as we walk through the shops. No real shopping opportunity, mainly tourist ****, with little variety.
We return along the coast to the ship. We stop for a photo opportuniy at one their favourite beaches. It is white sand, but a long way down from the road we are traveling on. The specks on the photo are people.
... in 1953 destroyed pretty much all of the island, one interesting fact we were told was that before the earthquake the island population was 125,000 and now there is only approximately 30,000 (must have immigrated to Australia) we did however go to the local museum which did show some photos, clothing and artifacts that were recovered for prosperity and was quite ...
... that outlines to enormity of the task.
After lunch, we go a "free" champagne art auction. Some pieces sell for over $20 000. We win the raffle for a piece of art work, which ends uo costing $350 to frme and send home.
We get constant invites to future auctions, as valued customers. We stay well away.
Dinner tonight requires formal dress. We :"frock up" and enjoy the meal. Photographers tske lots of photos of us and we buy a few for about $150.
... for wi-fi, and he would by the beverages of choice. Such a great offer, that all of us disembarked, and headed to the cooling shade, cappuccino and wi-fi. The big contender to the wi-fi, was the collection of kittens, and rabbits that lived there. Armed with excitement and smiles, Ty was on the move. There was one little kitten that he wanted to hold,, but kept charging or running from Ty because of his neon orange shirt. Finally over by the rabbits, Ty ...