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... as good as yours Susan) and a Greek beer, The best of the meal though was the Baklava - so sweet but yummy!
Today was spent at sea so we just had a big sleep in, breakfast in our room and then up in the “Crows Nest” (I felt really at home lol), for a trivia quiz (we did quite well) and then a lazy afternoon of reading, Lovely day.
Tomorrow we reach Venice in the afternoon.
Venice and Dubrovnik
We spent the day in Venice and had a ...
... our included lunch is a tad ordinary. They give us some local wines, the white is very sweet polish remover, the red is just red polish remover. Eventually find a beer as we walk through the shops. No real shopping opportunity, mainly tourist ****, with little variety.
We return along the coast to the ship. We stop for a photo opportuniy at one their favourite beaches. It is white sand, but a long way down from the road we are traveling on. The specks on the photo are people.
... they had medical cover!!
A very warm day here even though the temperature did only get to 31 degrees, with humidity at 65%, if you weren't in the shade, you could get very sunburnt, as a few brits did.
Argostoli is the capital of the island, Kefalonia (part of the Greek Islands), so we ventured ashore to check out the sites, not much to see historically as ...
... that outlines to enormity of the task.
After lunch, we go a "free" champagne art auction. Some pieces sell for over $20 000. We win the raffle for a piece of art work, which ends uo costing $350 to frme and send home.
We get constant invites to future auctions, as valued customers. We stay well away.
Dinner tonight requires formal dress. We :"frock up" and enjoy the meal. Photographers tske lots of photos of us and we buy a few for about $150.
... stayed on board reading. Unfortunately for the Buckners, I left them alone for the rest of the early to late afternoon, because I was in a very exciting part of my book, and I could not put it down. I heard them splashing around me, all having fun as I was too, following the lives of my characters. Before I knew it we were at the Southern tip of Lefkas, and 45 minutes by boat outside of Vassiliki. A very small, deserted "V" shaped bay, where we stern tied ...