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... it was only for about 20mins. Finally we jumped on the bus and headed off to the port, where we would catch our new boat. Once we got through passport control again, we boarded the new cruise ship & found our new room. We then had a life jacket drill, I suppose this is now necessary especially after our crash, but we all knew where our life jackets were from the other ship. Paul, Stacey, Daryan, Emily & I had formed a little click by this point in our trip & we were ...
... trip to Delphi from this point consisted of Marg, Mum and i furiously clicking to get the beautiful pictures of the Greek countryside! The windy road to Delphi was quite entertaining- particularly for Aunty Lee who was sitting in the front seat- it almost looked like a gokart race track! It was a bit cool when we arrived at the museum but it soon warmed up! Yanas took us through the museum extremely quickly for Yanas! Jackie got in trouble for making the sign ...
... free wifi!!! So we spent the two hours sipping coffee and catching up with all the news and gossip from home! It was supposed to be a three hour drive to Patras to catch our overnight ferry back to Italy, but an hour away from the port we stopped for a break and the coach driver noticed water streaming from the back of the coach! An inspection by the driver revealed a leak in the condenser tank of the air conditioner and he informed us we were going no ...
... gets her way. The melon man came around with a pick-up truck full of water melons, we had one which was huge, very tasty as well.
We had a leisurely day today, we drove about 5 miles north to the nearest town and got some provisions of fresh fruit and vegetables along with water and olives. We then drove onto the beachfront to have a spot of lunch, we managed to get within 5 metres of the sea. This enabled us to put the awning out so the kids could play in ...
... went to a cafe for coffee, and as usual when around people for the first time, they were a little shy at first with their english. Because they seem to think that my english is "perfect"(a long way from that!), and they also don't want to embarass themselves. We all joked around and everyone opened up very quickly. We even got one good group shot before we left.
When it was time to get some food, Anna took me to this restaurant ...