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... much in living memory - three couples were competing - one lot married for 13 days, one for 15 years and the other for 55 years, The 15 yrs married won but the questions were quite intrusive and the answers were very honest. The crowd were in stitches. Such good fun. After that we caught BB King show and all in all it was a great day.
Have to mention when we left Kusadasi (Ephesus) it was the best send off. Another ship of the Princess line was docked next ...
After our first day at sea, we arrive at Cephalonia (with a hard C, or a K). The port is in the town of Argostolion, we travel by tender from the ship to the port. We then board a coach for our Cephalonia Highlights Tour.
We travel along narrow, winding roads, constantly ascending (are there any other types of roads?). We see plenty of goats, not many people.
Our first stop is at the underground Lake of Melissani, where we descend along a steep tunnel to our little row boats. ...
... br> Predominantly a holiday island, plenty of cafes, clothing stores, a great place to just chil and relax, we had some refreshing drinks at a café with free Wi Fi, Sue and Zac went back to the ship via tender, which is a bit cooler when traveling over the water and had a dip in the pool onboard.
Heading to another Greek island, Corfu, next and will catch up then.
We are traveling from Malta to Argostoli, one of the Ionian Islands.
The leisurely day starts with a leisurely breakfast in the Vista Dining Room, where Jeannette carefully tried to plan the day.
The Noordam has several eating areas. The Lido is a buffet style dining area and breakfast, lunch and dinner can be eaten there. Dress requirements are less formal.
The Vista is a sit down dining room for breakfast and dinner. The dinner menu changes daily.
... after catching the kitten as it fell out of a large tree. Jacques, Kyle and Ty then took the dinghy to town, while Justin slept, Lida walked, and I blogged. Just before 11:00a.m., Milena quietly exited the little harbor, and said goodbye to Meganisi. As we proceeded North, I blew kisses to Scorpios (Onassis' island) and continued until we set anchor infront of a small island, with no name, and the kayak was launched for Lida and Ty..... Kyle, Justin ...