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... Much easier to pronounce as well. It’s an island off the western side of the mainland, and a big holiday centre, although the wedding party and guests seemed to stay as far away from them as possible. The main town is called Laganos, which is extremely touristy. All bright lights and booze. In total contrast to Tsilivi (where we stayed) along with all the other wedding guests.
So let me take you back a couple of months. Dyana & ...
... nearby. We did however find the original Roman Baths in a sad start of disrepair and like a lot of Greece pretty dirty. Not a patch on Taupo or Tokaanu. Here we meet some German tourists taking a mud bath, their 6th day in a row. They were very friendly and told us how to access the mud from the bottom of a grotty looking pool, bake in the sun for 30 ...
... John took bus to Olympia and toured museum and archaeological site. Joyce did some shopping just browsing no buying
watched graffiti violin show. Very entertaining and aerial performance before going to bed
cocktails in Viking crown lounge has become our meeting place before dinner. Last night monitor night so received souvenir glasses with our drinks
Kamela has connected with two other girls and has ...
... with the restaurant manager of Corriander, would you believe he is called Damian!!!). I will ask her for details for the wine lovers! Truly a good match. Dinner was Papadums with a selection of yoghurts, raita, hot spice and pickles. Next shared appetizers - lamb kebabs, onion pakora, tandoori chicken, spiced vegetables. Mains (from a long selection) chicken muggu, (Mary Ann), lamb jalfrese (David), shrimp and fish curry (chefs choice), spinach, curried lentils, spiced corn, ...
... playing, And in my head, Nana Mouskouri was singing the lyrics ...
"Oh, you can kiss me on a Monday, a Monday,
a Monday is very, very good..."
That would bring a smile to anyone's face :)
The rest of the day continued in the same vein, a quick visit back to our stateroom to change out of my togs, a dash more shopping (with real money this time!), and a glass of wine overlooking the waterfront and watching the three men ...