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... island, Corfu has two of these castles enclosing the capital, the only city in Greece to be surrounded in such a way.
We drove into Corfu Town and were dropped off at the gorgeous Esplanade, one of the largest in Europe. From there we entered the dramatic Old Fortress that rises from the surrounding cliffs and the foundation of the previous Byzantine castle. Built by the Venetians, the ...
... of raki.
The next day Dad was up first, shortly followed by myself, but there was no sign of Steve, that was how it remained for most of the day. I tried to warn him against too much raki. I still believe it was a tactical hangover to avoid losing his title at cards!
Me and Dad headed out to the market to swap a shirt I had brought him which was too small. He managed to change it, and still remained below the XXL we had purchased for Steve earlier in ...
... a toga. Pretty easy. “one knot if you want it to come undone, 2 if you don’t” were the instructions. Haha. After dinner, we had a couple of hours to sink some pre-drinks and get toga’d up. A lot of the blokes could not work it out and I ended up tied like 7 or 8 togas. The hardest was Joes, the dwarfs, having to first quarter the sheet and then having too much material to make a knot with.
The party tonight was great fun. Some of the ...
Dinner tonight was the Ionian Experience. We headed off to a Greek Restaurant where we had Greek food, Ouzo, and were treated to a traditional dance show, where we saw a variety of different dances from the Corfu Island. Between dances and meal courses, we were encouraged to participate. There were a couple of birthdays and a marriage proposal tonight from one of the other tours. So those guys got extra special treatment, which was fun. We all got ...
The second day in Greece was spent on George's Boat. It was a cruise round the island on a motorboat with several stops to jump in the sea. George himself is a bit of a perv but it's all very tongue in cheek and friendly. Ate a lot of Greek salad and drank some Greek beer, also did a lot of swimming in the sea! Got a good tan going on now. In the evening ...
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