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... communication from me. Plus wifi in Croatia and Greece was not very reliable. Should have a new one in a couple weeks.
Where I've Been
6 days - Rome / Italy
2 days - Naples & Pompeii / Italy
3 days - Zadar / Croatia
5 days - Novalja, Pag Island / Croatia
3 days - Split / Croatia
2 days - Dubrovnik / Croatia
2 days - Ulcinj / Montenegro & Tirana / Albania
2 days - Athens / Greece
3 days - ...
... perhaps a bit more graffiti and uncut grass, but no beggars,
which was surprising. No signs of any refugees at Piraeus either, although we
had heard that a ferry-load of them arrived a short time ago.
So we are leaving Greece after around five weeks, and we
don’t think we will be back. Lovely though ...
... points of light marked the city of Naoussa at the faraway coast. We used every piece of information we had (maps, GPS, the Greek Waters Pilot, Imray charts) to match it to the few landmarks we could make out. We made our way through the dark, constantly observing the depth of the water and the lights around us. Slowly, the head sail pulled us into the sheltered bay. The waves disappeared behind the sharp line of rocks. We had reached a safe place, but it was strange to us. ...
... only go to mama he is very shy. They doted on these dogs and when I said we were from Australia he said it was so far, far away, he would not travel so far. After 4 pm, things change at this beach, the music gets louder and we have a DJ to entertain us. Four incredibly beautiful dancers hop up on the bar and kick off the party. They are carefully watched over by security guards, and they invite people to join in on the dance floor. From this ...
... the group at the Far Out Village restaurant, down the bottom of the hill. It was pretty good there, and they had really cheap drinks. After dinner, we caught the public bus into town and went to a few different places. The first stop was a place called "Fun Pub". It was fun. I can't remember what the second "club" was called, but the third was called the Jäger Club. The "DJs" at the clubs we went to were generally old Greek men who would literally just stop ...