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Travel Blogs from Roda
... to be true. Imagine staying on an Island, and as soon as you step outside of the guest-house, you are on the beach, which was quieter than the others and it was absolutely beautiful but hey, I was here for a Greek wedding!
And when Greeks have a wedding, the celebrations don’t end, from bachelor parties to massive dinners – I did it all and when it came to the wedding, it was all that I was waiting for. Some of the Greek traditions were really ...
... the 1990s war destroyed despite being listed with Unesco. We are fortunate in Aus for so many of the old buildings as we travel have been rebuilt/restored as a result of wars. Wednesday visited Kotar and Budva fertile lands and old cities then today Thursday Corfu with our own tour guide visited the old fort where she climbed her old Father up the top then around the town where I was able to contribute to the Greek economy 3 belts for 3 euro each ,no wonder they have ...
... made spaghetti the night before so we ate dinner at 6 as one does not sail at night with interior lights on. I ate a little but being a little unsure about my sea legs I didn't want to be feeding the fish during my watch.!!!
As I was now part of “The Crew” I was assigned night watch and from 8pm-12midnight. I had been asking all about the dials and their meaning on and off but now was the time for a good lesson that ...
... are tiled in Grecian blue and have a blue Perspex roof. It feels as if one is in the ocean. in fact all the facilities there were 5* with scourers, detergent, washing powder, washing machine, fridges and 3 ply loo paper provided, at no extra cost!
We had an interesting evening chatting to a couple we had met in Valbone a few days before. I learnt some useful things one of them being that I should buy the cheese (feta-ish) ...
15 June 2015
The drive south from Shkoder to Himare was an interesting and varied one. Shkoder was decked in election campaign flags and the traffic was a complete mixture - from horse drawn, pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles of various ages and stages of repair.
Durres, a port city, was even more chaotic and here we saw the reality of an advisory we'd been given around a camp fire. ...