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We woke up very, very early this morning for our best day yet: a one-day three-island cruise!
After an hour bus ride, we arrived at the port of Olympic cruise line. We boarded to the sound of pumping Greek music (a bit of startling at 8 am) and the smell of breakfast.
Unfortunately, breakfast was not included for us students on this ride, so we starved it ...
... my book, had a feta cheese sandwich and a glass of wine then Pg woke up so I had another glass of wine (!) then had a shower and we walked to Panorama restaurant for our dinner. We sat and had some red wine while we looked out at the Aegean. We had ordered bread and 'dip' (butter) but our host took it away and gave us garlic bread. Then he suggested we have stuffed something, roast lamb and Greek ...
... In the end we had toasted Jam sandwiches and fresh orange juice. Brian got a toasted ham and cheese sandwich with the customary potato chips. ( a la Samboys)
We left port at around 10.00 and headed across the Bay to the Canals opening. Stuart did the radio work because he can speak pigeon something, which sounds a bit Greeky. Actually you can say anything and it sounds Greek. Once at the channel we got told to ...
John is reading a book this afternoon, so I have started today’s blog.
We decided to get up at 0600 to watch the sunrise. Knowing that I would never be able to get up that early on my own, I set the alarm clock. As you can imagine, there wasn’t much activity in the port at that hour of the morning. The roosters were awake and making their noise and there may have been a few donkeys braying in the distance…but then again, maybe they weren’t ...
... to Ancient Corinth (the station arrives in Modern Corinth, a rather plain town about 7km away) – but we finally managed to maneuver the bus to town. During this bus ride, our bus driver was involved in a small accident with a truck driver and that driver’s door – it was comical to witness the back-and-forth between these drivers in their very heated Greek! Once in Modern Corinth, we navigated our way to another, larger bus that took us ...