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Good morning all, starting to write today's blog whilst all you landlubbers are hopefully fast asleep in bed- 7:30 here, 2 hours earlier in the UK. Today's guest blogger is Rob, firstly some useless facts about his experiences on the cruise to date, or should it be 'some facts about his useless sailing experience' instead! Woke up this morning feeling a mossie on his neck, only to find it was the strap from his glasses! Famed for listening to ...
... she co-ordinates the staff ensuring efficient service and flawless delivery. The menu is full of traditional Greek dishes with a modern twist no doubt from the ozzy influence. The signature Rementzo salad covered in parmesan, sun dried tomatos and balsamic dressing intice’s the taste buds with its crisp salad leaves and sharp taste. Follow this with a cooked to order juicy steak and bitter soft green horta and you think you couldn’t get ...
... humour we quickly clicked and worked together well. Within hours of meeting her I felt like Id know her forever and was thankful we would be muddling through next few weeks together. George is Greek and originally from Corfu. Having sailed the Ionian for over 15 years he knew it like the back of his hand and would be a good skipper to learn from. A man of few words - often direct when spoken, it took some getting used to with ...
... miles under our keel anchoring wherever and whenever possible.
So what next? We will be embarking on a new chapter of our lives where we intend to travel to more exotic locations on our beautiful planet. We will continue to sail by chartering a yacht in many of the places we go. These new adventures will become the basis for more blogs to be recorded here and we look forward now to more exciting travels.
We enjoyed 4 nights in Fiskardho for Johns birthday, relaxing and eating out and basically being in holiday mode. One evening we were having a meal in the taverna next to Kerennes berth when a couple sat at another table showed lots of interest in the For Sale sign on the stern. It was amusing to watch them as they weren't aware that the people sitting 2 tables away ...