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This morning we had champagne breakfast in our room and then
went up on the deck and watched the tenders being lowered to carry people to
After a short debate, Erika decided to stay on board and I
went on my own to see the town. It was depressing. They are two main streets
running parallel with ...
... its merits (or lack thereof), but seeing the walls and ceiling of a church covered in frescoes was truly something else. I myself didn't really care for the style before I began the class (still unsure how I feel, but I can at least appreciate it now), but it's really different to be looking at a fresco or mosaic on a slideshow or in a book, and then just being absolutely surrounded by them.
So the plan for the day was to also ...
... is the speed limit. This means that navigator thinks that even in the narrow and curvy mountain road you can drive 90 km/h, but actually you can drive only 30-40 km/h and then you spend extra time. It is good idea to force navigator to choose preselected route rather that giving it a full control.
When we arrive to Voidokilia beach (one of the best in Greece) sun was ...
... Happy birthday sweetie!! You are so loved.
We had a treat at a water side restaurant and headed home as we all had too much sun. Jimmy, Athena, Elictra and Kliff and later Petros all stopped by to say good bye. Jimmy and Athena gave us some gifts to bring back to Canada. Such generous and kind people.
After a birthday supper of pizza (Haylee's choice) and singing Happy Birthday again with candles in cheese cake we ended our long but memorable last day in ...
... we went for a small walk along the beach strip and stopped for ice cream! After putting the kids down to sleep we settled in our patio for some drinks and enjoyed the breeze that came up along with a misting of rain. It was strange because we could hear the rain on the above awning but we couldn't see it on the ground, guess it was such a fine rain that it evaporated quickly.
We are a little more cautious of what we leave to dry ...