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... and headed west from Athens, making our way towards the port for sailing to Italy. We used the motorway as it is quicker, but it is expensive, the toll booths seem to be too close together for the money we paid. Also we think that we are paying to have the road built, for at least 50 miles we drove on single carriageways whilst they are still building the rest of the road around it. As we headed west the ...
We met the boys for a lovely breakfast. Then Marky went for a walk to see some turtles that come to the jetty to eat leftovers from the fishermen. We went for a walk throughout the town and then headed to Sami to drive onto the ferry. On the way we stopped at a supermarket to get some groceries. The poor little Fiat had to chug up big mountains loaded down with four passengers, 3 heavy cases and ...
We arrive in Katakolon about 10 a.m, mooring alongside the town. We have some time before our tour, so we explore this small town.
It takes us about an hour to walk down the main street and back. This is clearly a tourist town, with regular visits from cruise ships.
Our tour takes us to the ruins of ancient Olympia. As we travel through some small and larger towns, the impact of the collapse of the Greek economy is evident. Lots of empty shops and ...
... diving, and cave exploring. While Lida, Justin, Ty and I were swimming, Kyle was in the dinghy videoing the diving, and our swimmings. The temperature of the water was wonderful, and we were one of the very few people swimming, and diving in the area. After swimming, we returned to Milena, who quickly hoisted anchor and we were on our way to isle of Arkoudhi. On our cruise to Arkoudhi, we had a school of dolphins, which we saw three jumping along side the boat, ...
... all the way, to Ligia where we anchored for the night. This area is just outside the channel which leads up to Lefkas Marina, we usually stay here the night before going back to the marina, as in the morning the winds are very slight and therefore we have no problems getting back into our berth on the marina.
I threw the stolen flowers onto the water at 5.30pm in memory of Angela. I always put stolen flowers on water for her - Angela would have ...