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I set the alarm this morning as I didn’t want to miss the view as the ship passed the first of the Greek Islands. It was a little disappointing as we were close enough to see that they were islands, but too far away for anything else of value.
We arrived at the port of Katakolon (South-western coast of Greece) at around 11:30am in beautiful sunny weather with hardly a cloud to be seen. We left ...
... a modern winery with underground tanks, electricity only came to this area in 1963 - then in 1985 Christos the present owner (who has 3 degrees from English Universities in Agriculture, Economics & Marketing) and his 4th generation started a more modern winery installing stainless steel tanks and up todate cooling systems & this modern winery is now in the hands of the 4th & 5th generation. After the very interesting tour they provided us with a nice greek ...
... I learn so much about words, history and culture from speaking your language. It’s easy for me to pronounce and I was even getting comfortable reading your alphabet, with its artistic letters.
I used to think your people sounded like they were angry or shouting at each other when they spoke Greek, but now I can see it’s just their passionate way of being. And I love it!
Your passion and genuine care
After being in quiet, ...
... grounds, we visited the museum, where many of the sculptures and relics of the site were housed. We were very lucky – it started pouring once we got inside, and stopped when we left.
On the way back to Katakolon, Fortis took us by a beautiful beach – Agio Andreas. Very beautiful, but we just had time to take a few photos. Back in Katakolon, Michelle and I headed straight to lunch on the ship, as the drinks from the ...
... monastery with a view to finish the day. Our driver gave us a bottle of his olive oil from his farm to take with us together with a CD of Greek music. Was a relaxing day with not too much activity, which was good as we have had some very busy days over last few port days and it gets quite exhausting. I seemed to have picked up the cough that is circulating around the ship, unfortunately so have been a little unwell will have to visit the doctor if I get any ...