Ikaros Studios & Apartments
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... it up - and we didn’t realise it was missing until we got to Athens Airport. Bruce jumped in a taxi and headed back to the port hoping it would still be there - and luckily it was. We were also grateful that we had a lot of time between the ship’s arrival and the flight leaving for Rome. It gave us both a real scare but we certainly have learned to double check each other’s bags, etc.
... have made some extra euros off me because I didn't pay attention to a non running meter or did not negotiate the rate at the start. When there is a language barrier it makes arguing a bit difficult after the fact. Cabbies you're making it really easy for me to side with Uber, just saying.
- The person who made the 3oz. liquid must have read my blog last month and called in a favor. While flying from Rome to Croatia my flight got delayed for a ...
... pounds on an automatic
bidet toilet seat that requires no paper use at all, or a cheap macerator to
grind everything to nothing. OK rant over.
Now off to Venice for a night before getting on our cruise
ship, Le Lyrial, heading for the Croatian islands.
Bye for now,
Richard and Christine
... a short swim in a cave before heading to Shinoussa Island to the south of Naxos. Moored at a secluded beach we enjoyed a traditional meal at a local tavern before lazing on the beach. During the day we both had a turn at steering the yacht and Shannon assisted with setting the sails. We moored in the late evening where we collected a complimentary DVD. We then found the most delightful and quaint places, La Vigne French Wine Bar nestled amongst the narrow alleyways of the old ...
... was an information area, but in typical Greek time, we didn't get the times right, and landed there when it was closed. We can never seem to get that one right, but we coped.
From here, we decided to head to the beaches. Robert seemed to go on the 4wd version as there were giant rocks, and potholes everywhere and it was a bit scary. At times, it seemed we were driving on a goat track and the road hadn't been graded for a while. Took ...