Hotel Porto Eda
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... so they built a fortified city in 5 months! We wandered the street where the Order lodged, with separate buildings for Auvergne, Provence, France, Portugal, Spain, all with different cultures and different food.
We toured Tarxien, a prehistoric temple from about 2500 BC. It was dedicated to their fertility goddess and they had a monotheistic religion. From a partial statue of the goddess it was plain that she was quite robust. The stone ...
... trying to get the family mail server back working.
The following day was a sea day on our way around the bottom of the Italian 'boot' and on to Naples. The ship stopped at 5 am about half way between Greece and Italy after a distress call was received from a small power boat with 42 Syrian refugees. Our ship stood by until the Italian coast guard arrived and took them all aboard leaving the small boat behind. We were on our way again just after 10 ...
We arrived in Corfu in quite heavy rain. We had organized a hire car for €43 which was very reasonable, and decided we would continue on with our plans. We drove to Paleokastritsa Bay which would have been beautiful on a nice day with a very rugged coastline and beaches. There was a monastery that we walked to with raincoats and umbrellas and viewed the inside of the church. Greek churches have flat ceilings and are decorated ...
... a service in Yacht club. If they are seen to be demanding or perceived as treating the staff like slaves they have the right. People who stay in yacht club have the right to get the service they want - this made me feel sad and all of a sudden staying in yacht club lost its appeal. I don't think I could watch rich people treat staff like slaves.
Next stop was the laundry. This zone was very interesting except the MSC receptionist Anna conducting the tour ...
Albania and Montenegro were both beautiful countries, but Albania was the one that surprised us most, incredible scenery, very friendly people and rock bottom prices. It probably didn’t help we had to do so much maintenance in Montenegro but we’d recommend both to anyone as places to visit before they become too popular and over developed!
Bryce & Terri (Ravenna, Italy – 21 October 2014)