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Today we cruise into Corfu, Greece. It is a beautiful sight as we enter the harbour. Corfu town is shown as Kerkyra and is the capital of Corfu island. It is the third largest town on Corfu island. Corfu has over history been ruled by the Venetians, the French, and the British, and each occupier has left their own mark on the town. It is the only town in Greece with a cricket pitch! There is 3-4 thousand olive trees on the island and many are 400 years old. ...
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 ...
• bit of a sleep in before breakfast at about 9.30 • packed our bags and overnight bag ready to leave the hotel in the afternoon • had to check out of rooms at 11 so went down by the pool all morning - pretty boring • had lunch at the hotel - ceasar salad and pita bread with tzatziki with a cocktail • sat in the lobby for about an hour waiting to leave • raff had to reverse down ...
... the boat that would take us down past the southern tip of Corfu and on to Paxos and Anti Paxos islands via the Blue Caves.
The day started off with a miserable grey sky, everyone on the boat hunched up in sweaters - but by the time we reached the south of the island of Corfu, the sky brightened, the day warmed up - and I was in heaven.
I don't feel like a holiday's complete if there's no boat for me to climb aboard - so this was my special day, I suppose. And ...
... and 14th centuries then the Ottomans added more when they arrived. Not much original stuff is left, quite a bit of reconstruction has been done sponsored by UNESCO.
Leaving Berat and heading for Gjirokaster we tried a couple of different roads believing they might be the ones marked on the map. However, that wasn’t the case so we had to return almost to Fier over the same route then turned south towards Gjirokaster passing many more ...