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... we found a group of Syrian refugees camped in the open. The town authority had given them portaloos and they had mattresses and bedding to sleep on. There were a number of children playing happily on the grass.
On the way back to the ship we decided to detour around the wharves to take pictures of the ship moored almost in the main street. On the waterfront we saw a larger group of Syrian refugees who ...
... perhaps a bit more graffiti and uncut grass, but no beggars,
which was surprising. No signs of any refugees at Piraeus either, although we
had heard that a ferry-load of them arrived a short time ago.
So we are leaving Greece after around five weeks, and we
don’t think we will be back. Lovely though ...
... in a very tired Peugot. The shock absorbers/McPherson struts were worn out, as was the clutch. The brakes grabbed the car by the throat at the very last millisecond ( sorry about that seat belt bruise across your chest sweetie, but at least we didn't squish that lizard). The air conditioner needed to be re-conditioned. Best of all was its tendency to stall - even when cruising down the road at 40 kmh! Needless to say, we did return home a little earlier in the day ...
... has been urging us to try Blu, the "clean" eating restaurant on ship. We decided to give it a try tonight and it was very good. The waiters were fabulous as usual and the food was really good. A little different than the things we tend to eat at home but new is a good thing. After dinner we decided to have a quiet night so we skipped the show and instead hopped into the hot tub for a while to help Darrell's sore muscles feel better after his fall. What a lovely day it ...
... as do bright red hibiscus and other flowering plants – many in window boxes or pot plants which really brighten the surroundings.
We ambled along making our way past the waterfront restaurants and stopping to take photos of the deep blue sea which was so clean and clear at the waters edge that you could see every grain of sand and every petal.
A white cat jumped out of a beaten up red and yellow boat as we stopped to take ...