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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... we were the only people on earth it was so peaceful and serene. I don’t know how long we swam for, and once back on board, the captain took a
painted white plank of wood and dipped it into the water. It was simply stunning! Please just look at the video showing the subterranean light turning everything beneath the water that beautiful turquoise blue. The only other place I’ve seen it is in the Blue Grotto off the coast of Capri ...
... nearby. We did however find the original Roman Baths in a sad start of disrepair and like a lot of Greece pretty dirty. Not a patch on Taupo or Tokaanu. Here we meet some German tourists taking a mud bath, their 6th day in a row. They were very friendly and told us how to access the mud from the bottom of a grotty looking pool, bake in the sun for 30 ...
... the teen activities and keeps earning prizes. Water bottles medals scrap booking materials and more
Up early today, first ones off the ship! Hopped on a train to Mount Olympis, 40 min to get there. We walked around Olympia and looked at all the ruins and the very first Olympic Games stadium. Than off for more shopping hard to believe. Back to Katacolon to the beach and a quick swim in the sea before back on the ship. Great ...
... with the restaurant manager of Corriander, would you believe he is called Damian!!!). I will ask her for details for the wine lovers! Truly a good match. Dinner was Papadums with a selection of yoghurts, raita, hot spice and pickles. Next shared appetizers - lamb kebabs, onion pakora, tandoori chicken, spiced vegetables. Mains (from a long selection) chicken muggu, (Mary Ann), lamb jalfrese (David), shrimp and fish curry (chefs choice), spinach, curried lentils, spiced corn, ...
... pier even as the crew were trying to stow the gangway! And two buses returned fifteen minutes late! But the ship still left on time, after a little horn blowing duet with the other cruise ship about to sail!
And after dinner the full moon came out. A dainty little electrical storm danced over the Peloponnese peninsula hills to entertain us, as we sat out in the warm evening on the deck, and caught up with Trish and Rex's day.