Ninos On The Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to Vistona which was an overlook on the George's Bay. From here we could see Albania and Italy. The next village was Krini where we walked and saw orange trees, olive trees, cypress trees and cute little multi-colored houses, and wells with sparkling clear water. What a delight. There are 4 million olive trees and 500,000 cypress trees in Corfu. Our next spectacle was the Castle which was actually a whole town inside to protect the people from pirates and invaders such as the ...
... kumquat and lemon trees and, of course, olive trees. Many of the olives were to small to be harvested--but some of the trees already had black netting laying under them so that the ripe olives could fall on them and be easily gathered. Olives don't get picked--the growers rely on gentle winds to blow them off the trees. They must be picked up within just a few days or it is too late to use them because they rot.
We drove onto another town where we ...
... was wonderful--warm and sunny--and we all had a fantastic time. On Corfu we strolled the old cobbled streets and visited the New Fortress and Old Fortress. On Santorini we took an afternoon sunset cruise. We visited the volcanic island caldera and hiked partway up to the top of the caldera. Then the boat took us to some hot springs where a few in our group swam. Lastly, ...
... was 30 Lek ($0.30) and we made it with plenty of time for our bus. There is one bus at 8am, the next at 2pm, and no other buses. We waited for the bus to fill and a Japanese lady we had chatted with yesterday also joined us.
Heading south from Berat the roads were in poorer shape in ...
... others and boarded the coach to the port back to the mainland. When we arrived at the port in Greece, we were told that Zach and Steve had a surprise for us. They had managed to arrange cabins for the ferry to Italy!! Since it was a 20 hour ferry ride, we were all pretty excited to hear this, and after we boarded and had some dinner, 95% of people were straight to bed. The cabins were really nice, and it's probably one of the best sleeps I've had on the trip so ...