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... to line up again. We bought 2 bottles of the rosť. The wine was nice and really cheap $8.00. Next stop was the town of Corfu. Was quite a pretty town and would have been lovely if it was warm and not constant rain. We had some free time and walked around the streets dripping wet. Didn't take any pictures on the iPad as it was so wet, but we took a few on the camera. Leaving port early tonight and heading for Kotor, hopefully warmer tomorrow.
... and herbs for sale. I wanted to buy so much but I wasn't sure what I could bring back into Australia and I also can't fit anything else in my case. We then continued our scenic island tour, listened to more delightful Greek mythology stories and then finished back at the port. Today has been a slower pace and really relaxing. I have been feeling soar after yesterday's big day. I enjoyed this tour as there was no rush and it was easy to do.
Once back on the ...
Getting back into Harold after a week of hostels/apartments is always a bit love/hate with some added nerves.
Love – Harold, his great. Our vessel for adventure and creator of our freedom.
Hate – Cant stand up. I don't hate it at all, just when it rains, like today.
Nervous – Will he start? Any new leaks? Why are there so many flies in here? Has he rolled down the hill in Sarajevo? (No, he did not)
A quick, final diversion for Noordam to Greece again. This time, the island of Corfu. We'd been told Paleostritsa was the best bit so decided to spend the day there. We ran into our Scottish friends Leslie and Brian at breakfast who had the same idea so we agreed to share a cab. As we exited through the port, we saw hire cars available for 40€ per day, so thought, why not? On seeing the size of the car, we upgraded to a tiny ...
... separated from the mainland by a channel cut across the beginning of it. The major fortifications were the result of activity by the Venetians in the 14th century after they annexed the island to the Republic of Venice although construction started in the 6th Century AD by the Byzantine Empire. Everybody has had a crack at it including the British in the 19th century. When we left the fort we spied a little tourist ...