Gelina Village Hotel & Resort
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... at the buffet. She is one of the singers on board, off for the night because of her migraine. We sat with a couple of talkative English from near the Welsh border. The main thing we learned was that the weight limit for BA flights to the US was 34 kg, but everywhere else it’s 20kg. This strengthens my fear that we will pay more for overweight baggage on the Aegean flight from ...
... a miraculous age we live in.
When a few spatters of rain came down we headed back to the ship for a well-deserved nap, ha ha.
Malta has so much history, and for so long, we went into information overload almost immediately. Six of us Cruise Critic buddies toured with Amy, a local guide. We were at it for 8 hours, and I think we saw a fraction of what there is to see. We started at 8am, and nothing was open until ...
We have the opportunity on this cruise to spend one more day in Greece. This time it is the island of Corfu. The weather is hot and sunny and although not planned, we decided to bring the bikes out and go for a ride in Greece. Anyone who has driven or walked in Greece knows that this decision was not taken lightly as the drivers are a bit crazy. However, it was Sunday and we have found that wherever we have been in Europe the traffic has been very light ...
... lunch on board. Corfu was impressive from what we saw. Very lush and green with a gorgeous coastline - you have to leave something to come back and explore! Tonight's entertainment was really fantastic - "East Coast Boys" a tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Season" - great to sing along to 4 guys singing with perfect harmony together with a live band. It is still raining a seas a little rougher - but it is meant to be fine in Athens ...
... we were back on the bus to continue up the mountain side of Lakones with more stunning views of Paleokastritsa. The next stop was a traditional village of Makrades where we went to a charming taverna and had a traditional Greek appetiser - meze and local wine. The taverna's interior was decorated with traditional 18th & 19th century agricultural tools and an intriguing old olive press. Afterwards we had free time to explore the village. There were ...