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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Since I was unlucky and was not able to visit India, I decided to go to Corfu, Greece, for my first ever Greek wedding experience. ACTE and BCD together a program where I could still attend few meetings virtually.
When I landed in Corfu, and my friend took us to the guest-house we would be staying in, I realized that I had no WiFi, and we were somewhere in the corner of the island and I had a meeting to be on next morning. I woke up at 07:00 next morning, ...
... the 1990s war destroyed despite being listed with Unesco. We are fortunate in Aus for so many of the old buildings as we travel have been rebuilt/restored as a result of wars. Wednesday visited Kotar and Budva fertile lands and old cities then today Thursday Corfu with our own tour guide visited the old fort where she climbed her old Father up the top then around the town where I was able to contribute to the Greek economy 3 belts for 3 euro each ,no wonder they have ...
... the depth finder went out Midnight came, shift over, responsibility over, I crawled into bed, Whew. Slept soundly and woke at 7 to calmer seas.
4 more hours of smooth sailing, tea and croissants and we sailed into Greece and watched the coast line of Corfu go by. Seas were smooth as glass one minute and at 12:30 just as we were trying to find where to pull into to do the customs, the Meltimi winds blew in at 22 knots. This was going to be ...
... off back to the Taverna, using the diminishing fuel and daylight. Fail on all three needs. It was an ex fuel station, attractive looking tavern proved to be a smoky dive with only greasy (should it be Greecie?) chips and beer to offer.
We ended up in our own private campsite - the out of town parking for the Old Stone Bridge. Flat parking, clean surroundings and undisturbed for the night.
... a block. Then I should store my chunk in water in the fridge to draw off the salt.
The other interesting but sad thing I learnt is that many of the collapsed buildings we had seen all through Albania but particularly in the south, are not the result of sub standard building material or design. Nor had they collapsed in an earthquake. They had been wilfully (maliciously) demolished as the developer did not "comply" with whatever ...