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... and I attended the Maitre D's wine tasting, and then to our massages in the Lotus Spa. Bob enjoyed his so much, he is having another one on our second sea day on Tuesday. Tonight was our first formal night of the cruise with the Captain's welcome and traditional champagne pyramid pour. He announced the passenger count by nationalities, and the Americans beat out the Aussies by a nose! We had formal "prom portraits" taken followed by dinner and dancing. Tomorrow we arrive in ...
My first time doing seasonal work and working in a resort, being a Nanny wasn’t exactly
my first choice but it was a good place to start. I was a teenage activity
group rep or a ‘TAG’ rep as it was cutely nicknamed. As soon as I arrived in
resort I quickly got into the swing of things – sailing, wind surfing, pool
games, spa mornings, kayak trips to town – all good fun and usually with a
... just seemed like a pile of crumbling rocks but with the guides narrative those crumbling rocks transformed into a village with shops, houses, temples, a theatre and the famous Terrace of the Lions. I spent that afternoon getting list in the back streets of Mykonos. Like Venice getting lost was inevitable and added to the charm of the town. I brought a beautiful hand painted wallet and had fun bartering with the shopkeeper. What wasnt so fun was desperatley huntingfor ...
Day 7 of the cruise took us to Aghios Nikolaos, Crete. We had no organised tour for here so we went on a "road train" ride around the city. An interesting city with many of the usual Greek highlights, churches, restaurants and hotels. Once again there were signs of the economic woes of Greece with many abandoned construction sites and closed up buildings. Had a swim at a local beach. Beautiful clear water but the beach was a rocky ...
... back to our bus tour number 27 was arriving and the place was packed! The bus took us down the barren side of the island to Thira and we saw how the locals live! We saw framers cutting hay by hand, a few goats and sheep, four cows and lots of vines!!! Very rustic! Thira is perched on top of the cliff line with no port of its own and once we took a few photos and looked at a few shops, we had a choice of walking, riding a donkey or catching the cable car ...