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Travel Blogs from Corinth
... enjoyed a lunch of Greek cheeses, salami and bread in the Syntagma Square.
We walked the streets of the city by the entrance to Fortress Palamidi, located almost 1,000 steps above the city, to find Arvanita Beach. The rocky beach provided the most beautiful and relaxing afternoon where we spent time swimming in the sea and sunning ourselves dry.
We wandered back to the ship and departed Nauplia for our final destination.
So in the time since my last writing we have taken 3 boats around the Cyclades and the feedback was that it was way beyond the experience level of flotilla customers. Really??
Therefore the second flotilla which we are on now with 10 boats was sent into the saronic gulf where the winds are much tamer. And so far I have had people complaining at me everyday, asking for compensation and saying they ...
... wanted to express to someone that one simply can't have everything, you might have told them, "Not everyone gets to go to Corinth."
In fact, Corinth was geographically situated to dominate Greece. It had multiple ports, was easily defensible, and could be fortified to protect from invaders. The magnificent acropolis provided an eagle's nest of sorts for a base that would be nearly impenetrable and able to maintain a continuous water supply. So why did Athens ...
On the way back to Athens, we stopped to see the Canal of Corinth. Impressive.
Love is patient; love is kind; love is not envious or boastful or arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice in wrongdoing, but rejoices in the truth. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends. -1 Corinthians 13: 4-8
Corinth was to be our last stop before traversing the Canal to reach the Aegean Sea. We still had not got the outboard engine sorted out or managed to research a new generator by now but a local Greek tripper boat owner kindly enquired about these for us and gave us 2 price quotes. Oh and a Vodafone shop also meant that we could get the internet again. You will have to forgive the rather intermittent posting of the blog but it is because we cannot get a ...
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