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... some change as the public restrooms require payment for access. We have met so many people on our ship. Here are just some: Bruce and Stella from Ottowa Lenore and Lynn from Vancouver Patti and Lou from Memphis, TN Gordon from Winter Park, FL Ron and Janet from NC Carol from Sydney area The couple from New Zealand that Brenda had dreamed about (he killed her but glad to report we saw them alive and she is well) Many others but can't remember all the ...
On Monday, we change our plans having spoken to well-travelled Peter the Austrian, and follow his recommendations to Toroni, one of three 'fingers' 50 miles south-east of Thessaloniki. We can park on the beach here, for free, and enjoy plenty of sun and sea in the evening and the next day before we move on.
On the 14th, we have a very long drive – we leave at lunch time and keep going until dark to cross the border into Bulgaria. We have been ...
... sorry if I spelt that wrong, then went back to Mirek's apartment via an off licence to get and, to drink quite a lot more beer. During the evening we had a lot of fun, took some pics, and at some point decided to go get hotdogs. They said I could wait there, but I insisted I came along, they had not let me pay for anything, and that I should at least buy the hotdogs
Leszek and I slept on the bed, whilst I assume Mirek slept on the couch.
... the French restaurant on board tonight and then final stop, Bornholm, tomorrow. The French restaurant was once again great and this time I ticked another box, Escargot. Who would have thought a young bloke from Kogarah High eating this high brow stuff. Jerry and Sue with whom we have become friendly joined us but Sue's stay was short lived as a bit of sea sickness along with a fever kicked in. Time to let the gentle waves rock us to ...
... slide a sheet of paper between. Things have definitely gone downhill since then.We left Eglisstadir and drove over the mountain topping out at 701m in very thick fog. There is still a vast amount of snow around but with the temp as high as 5C it is melting. It wasn’t until we had Seythisfjordur in sight below that we ran out of the fog and got a photo of the same waterfall as we’d snapped the day we arrived in Iceland. The sun was still being ...