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... Dizzy would not be impressed! I then availed myself of the discounted massage, perused the shops, read, ate and generally relaxed. Am off shortly to shower and change for dinner. Am so glad we are with English speakers at dinner – our lunch time conversations with foreign speakers have been a challenge and quite exhausting. Next day another sea day so I probably wont blog again until after Genoa on the 23rd and will catch up on my reading and spa ing ...
What a miserable day! A thunderstorm hovered around pretty much all of the day. Every time we thought about moving on the rain would bucket down again. Learning that Greece has the highest accident rate in all of Europe, we decided not to tackle the roads with the weather so terrible, instead caught up on some reading and planned next weeks route. ...
Took the train to Olympia - a 10 Euro roundtrip ride up the hill. Spent our 3 hours of time touring the site of the very first Olympics - honoring Zeus - totally fascinating wondering the ground and old ruins. The short time we had at the ...
... s capital shares the same name as the island itself. Zakynthos town also functions as the port for the island. The town was devastated by an earthquake in 1953 but has been artfully restored with arcaded street, beautiful squares and an impressive waterfront.
Due to weather conditions we were unable to visit Zakynthos and ...
... the exceptions being shops selling leather and local olive and olive wood products. There are another 3 smaller streets and a nearby beach (Ken loved the sign ... Lost in translation!) We enjoyed a stroll, some retail therapy and a coffee at a waterside cafe with free but very, very slow WI-FI! A short day and back to the boat for more ...
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