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... without any punches thrown. I can see know how sleep deprivation could be used as a form of torture.
After getting the keys to our amazing apartment in the centre of every postcard we have ever seen of Santorini we got some much needed sleep. We kept it quiet that night so we went out for dinner. We were smoothed talked by a restaurant owner to have dinner at his place…and it was awesome. Everybody's meals were incredible. I ...
DAY 49 – April 30, 2015
KATAKOLO / OLYMPIA
Now we are on the Peloponnese peninsula and the small port village of Katakolo that acts as the port for the capital city of Pygros and the jumping-off point for trips to Olympia. There is nothing much here but shops and friendly and enthusiastic locals.
Olympia, the home of the first Olympics staged back in 776 BC. The site has a tranquility that is hard to explain ...
... was the size of the seat. I just could not imagine how I was to sit in it for nine hours. Where would I put my knees and legs? It was too late to turn back so I shoehorned my buttocks into the seat, wrapped my ankles around the bottom of the seat, laid my head on the back of the seat so it gazed to the right while my torso twisted to the left. Guantanamo interrogators call it "stress positioning." I was ready to ...
... salads,cheese,olives,salami & tomatoes with red & white wine to taste in a perfect outdoor setting under pine trees looking out to the blue blue sea.
We sailed for Naples at 5pm. Again the 8 of us at dinner and I gave them our address cards and the Americans thought the stylised map of NZ on the card was a bird!!!. The show tonight was “Vanity fair” another song and dance show, the dancers and their costumes are good but the singers are a bit weak.
... this world. I still haven't changed my mind about Tomato or Feta cheese so that's ruled out Green salads but my tastebuds have definately been treated on this trip.
Day two in Santorini saw us on a private boat sailing to the islands caldera, It was a beautiful old ship that I can only describe as looking like a pirate ship. We anchored and after a half hour trek to the volcanic crater we were rewarded with some amazing viewsof the island. From there we sailed to ...