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... red wine (no wait, 2 jugs thus why we are a bit fuzzy headed sitting here at Athens airport waiting for our connecting flight to Dubrovnik!) The Greek dancers were very talented (and flexible said Tam) and made us all get up for a dance (Zorba, of course). After the function ended we had one last stroll along the harbour to saviour our last night and enjoy the serenity….no, not to be, within 10mins an English bloke who had 10 too many ...
... to explore and be visited during our lunch by multitudes of friendly Grecian puddles before heading back
for another delish meal at our favourite Taverna Marbella to be served by our
lovely hostess who responded to our requests with “Yeeeeessssssssss” like a
female Greek version of Lurch!
One more glorious swim to start the morning and then it was on to the north of the Island to Kassiopi for Corfu Part 2 (-:
... The island is rich in green forests, filled with cypress, and olive trees. It has two beaches, Porto (Πόρτο) and Braghini (Μπραγκ 943;νι), which are two Italian originated names that were named during Venetian rule. Though Braghini is rarely used it is known to be nicer then the other beach Porto. Bragini is not used very much due to the fact that it is further away from the main part of the ...
... with many photo opportunities, quite some restraint needed.
We return to Saranda for lunch, again it was a bit ordinary.
We return to the port, with an Albanian passport stamp, randomly placed of the first blank page they find. At least they had ink!
Dinner is again formal. After dinner, we go the Vista Lounge to watch the "Legends of Rock" show. Very good Queen finale.
... daiquiris where we got a taste of the famous 'free pouring' we've been hearing about! Refreshing! Scott and I went for a walk to look at an old bombed out house. There was a family living in at the time and the Germans decided to use the house as target practice. Sad story but it was very pretty to see. It's seemed weird for me looking at something that actually happened rather than hearing stories. For the first time in my life I'm wishing I took history at ...