Paradise Hotel Parga
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... that she is using seems to think we are below sea level? As we approach the port we can see Corfu Island across the beautiful turquoise sea. At Igoumenitsa we parked at the terminal and went to enquire about tickets, we decided that the crossing to Ancona would be best, it sails tonight at 12 .30, takes 16 hours and allows dogs in the cabins. We paid for our tickets and returned to Dream Catcher. We drove out along the coast for little while as we had time to kill. ...
... land it seems strange to see such a mix of vehicles, on Crete about 80%25 of the vehicles were 4x4 pickups,in various sizes and states of disrepair, the remainder were mostly small vehicles. Many of the vehicles had bent panels on them. We think it is from the falling rocks that litter the roadswe came to a bridge that spanned an inlet, it wasn't very long but cost us 13.60€ to cross it, I had only got ...
Meteora to Igoumenitsa. Breakfast with Karin and Tobias, a young couple from Germany.
I am loading my gear onto the bike, when suddenly the other two are gone. I don't see them again until I arrive at the ferry office in Igoumenitsa. It's a challenging road over ...
... us underneath the grapevines at his cute
family run restaurant. Nikos told us we would have THE best food we had ever
had cooked personally by his wife and then pretty much told us what we would be
ordering for the rest of the meal! Another amazing experience with hilarious
Nikos and family keeping us entertained and delicious Saganaki, Goat and sensational
chocolate mousse washed down with 2 jugs of local red wine. Rolled down ...
... 235;l Domjan (Neuchatel, Switzerland). A significant stopover was Cancún, Mexico, during the 2010 United Nations Climate Change Conference held there from 29 November to 10 December 2010. During the expedition, Tûranor PlanetSolar broke two records: the fastest crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by solar boat and the longest distance ever covered by a solar electric vehicle. Technical problems with the propeller system forced the vessel to stay in an ...