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... it up - and we didn’t realise it was missing until we got to Athens Airport. Bruce jumped in a taxi and headed back to the port hoping it would still be there - and luckily it was. We were also grateful that we had a lot of time between the ship’s arrival and the flight leaving for Rome. It gave us both a real scare but we certainly have learned to double check each other’s bags, etc.
... far. The landscape is extremely hilly and dry with sparse vegetation. Houses/apartments on the island are all the mandatory white with blue shutters.
Our first two days were spent in a beach town near Lavrios south of Athens. Eva's parents retreat here often to escape the heat of Athens. Most of Greece returns to work/school tomorrow. ...
... so do we, and they provide a bit of entertainment in the absence of internet or
worthwhile TV, now that Bill and Polly have left. The lovely view from the
terrace only provides just so much interest!
The next few photos are from the main town and port,
Parakia, which has some lovely bougainvillea ...
... the ocean lapping on the sand. Bliss. We had a button on the umbrella to call for our waiter if we needed. So this is luxury! I used the wifi on my iPad to catch up NYC and Iceland blog entries, skyped Matthew and Mum. Sent some very nice snapchats of my location and relaxed. At around 2 we decided we should have some lunch. So we packed up and ate at the other restaurant owned by our hotel also looking over the beach. Don and I shared Pizza. Back to ...
... kids around here. Mostly geezers. Never a wait for an elevator. Plenty of seats at the shows, bars, restaurants, poolside and areas just to hang out. On our Panama Canal trip, we had to get to the 8pm show at least 15 min early or we had to stand. Here it's only half full. Maybe it's bedtime!
Tomorrow will be our first stop at a port and we'll see how this captain handles this ship. Right now we need to get some Euros for ...