Hotel Pelekas Beach
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We stopped at the port of Corfu. The only way to really get around the island is to take an excursion. At least it was for us. We were going to see a Monastery in the village of Palaiokastritsa and to the village of Gastouri to visit the 19th century Achilleion Palace.
The places were very beautiful and again the excursions didn't disappoint ...
... why I and others do it in the first place. The ship is leaving port now. Seems like a lot of the riffraff disembarked. My kindle is charging, but what about my charge? Think the Greeks have discovered coffee yet?
June 23, 5:55 PM -- Ferry leaving Athens for Naxos Good Lord. Ok. The remainder of the ferry to Patras went very well. It was less crowded, and the entry into the inlet was beautiful. I've never seen water this blue. I spent most of the time on the port ...
... of men aged 18-23 who had died in 1945/6 which apparently was from the Civil War. We were walking around in bikinis/trunks - it felt very weird, but we didn't expect to find these on such a tiny weeny island.
Next day we went North to San Stephanos Bay, where just as we had dinghied into the land and settled into our restaurant seats, the skies darkened and thunder and lightening began. Dave and I jumped back into ...
... day had turned nice and I joined the others out at the beach.
The beach at our hotel is a small pebble beach. Our hotel is family friendly so they have lots of beach chairs and the water gently laps against the shore. I didn't get in the water but everyone else did and they all said it was wonderful but they thought it was very salty. The other thing we noticed on the beach was a brown oily substance. It's not all over the beach but ...
... harsh here, a world away from the villas and comfy beach scene a few miles down to the coast. Like old Corfu town, all you need to do is look up to find another, more interesting world. Few however seem to want to.
We leave Corfu tomorrow by boat to Italy (me and Dali)/Albania (Phoebe) and meet up again in Lecce at the end of August.
p.s. if it's Tony, we're not coming back until the next election.