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... last 15 were a breeze and finally managed to get the little BMW to 5th gear. Upon arriving the town was full of tourists and coaches, the views were again amazing at the top were a 12th century monastery still stands – and full of cats (the dress Tam had to wear was straight out of a Zara catalogue). The highlight was hiring a paddle boat to visit the other beaches and explore the reefs – but don’t both ...
... neck by the time we were on the right track
again! Dodging coaches, people, cars pulling out willy nilly and roads which
seemed like they were built for one way not two, we finally arrived at our
destination. Once we saw our balcony with seaview looking over the peaceful
Med, chill time had begun (-:
A little hotel with it’s own private beach run by a lovely Greek family, the friendly
owner filled us in with hot tips ...
The day started out at a warm 82 degrees, in deadly still air between the two boats on either side of us that continue to make Milena feel like the center of a sandwich. The first thing we had to do after leaving our slip, is to fill up the boat with plenty of gas to get us to Taormina ---- many miles away. We had to wait for a while for the boat that was there to move... So this delayed our true departure about 1/2 hour. Once we filled our two tanks, we ...
... haven't seen it all it appears to be getting smaller and so does our large stateroom especially when Wazza is eating his breakfast argh! The comedian on the ship did a show last night which we enjoyed after a slow start and my concern of the elderly lady beside me who needed her hubby to repeat most things the comedian said. Wazza was confidently telling me, I'm alright I can talk to most people, but was proven wrong quite quickly ...
The ship is moored at the port on Corfu. We are going to Albania, so we have to go through Greek Immigration to leave Greece. Greek Immigration is chaotic, with long queues and plenty of people pushing in. Eventually we get our passports stamped, very faintly because Greek finances don't permit the purchase of ink!
We then board a hydrofoil for Albania, about 30 minutes. We land at ...