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... br> Fortunately we had a near full fuel tank, as in Italy fuel was more than €0.30/litre more expensive. A big difference, we assume because of taxes. Our last stop before boarding the Ferry was a supermarket.
We boarded at 4pm and departed at 5.30pm
You never know what is in a day!
... by the Canal, or go to the Perama Restaurant. Chiara let the ones stay (3) to eat at the restaurant with AC where we were, and the rest went to the Perama (no AC) but to pick them up on the way back. Everyone liked their meals again as did we and It was only 25 Euros for two hearty meals of Musaka, chicken Shishkabob, two wine and two half litre beers. So the lesson would appear that most tourists vote with their stomachs and ...
... repairs, ensuring as MY representative that everything got done as it should. In fact, I hired him for the remainder of the trip. I'm TIRED of working so hard!!! I also made sure it was clear that the forward starboard bunk was his. He smelled it and now he is very motivated to get the stink out!!
Right now, he is on his way to Athens on Hellas and we are on the Ferry to Patras where we will meet George the taximan to take us to the Astir ...
... wasn't a shoulder after all, but a simple strategy for making the 2 lane road into 4 for passing!
Roads adorned with olive trees almost as far as the eye can see. Interspersed with a few orange frees so ripe with fruit you can smell it from the road. Grapes grown more for their shade benefits over arbors than for their fruit. Flowering plants I’ve only seen in botanical gardens are ...
... scenery around the monastery of Agios Nikolaso Spata. Thanks to this monastery's obvious popularity (at least in the past if not currently) as a pilgrimage site, the road west from it is wide and well-kept, and we made excellent time. Arriving back we ate and drank a beer and swam (eventually) - the weather was hot today, but the waves were still pleasingly excited and we frolicked for some quite time.
In the evening Paul played flute in the ...