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... I stop for a coffee at a small cafe high up then join the A2 about 50km further on from where I left it to turn down to Meteora.
I resume the tunnel count anyway, though surely many missed in that 50km stretch. The count is up to 55 when I arrive in Igoumenitsa.
... road I noticed many T-shirt and souvenir shops interspersed with a handful of stores selling dressier and more stylish clothing. This is not just a street for the tourist. Locals shop here as well hence we came across a mini market, wine shops, bakery and an internet cafe. The third road looked more residential so we didn’t wander any further. As a general rule, the further you get from the docks the less touristy the feel.
Our pre cruise research led us to the ...
After our Epic journey to Athens, we were very much
looking forward to some sunshine and chill time on the island of Corfu. Jumping
on our twin prop with Al volunteering scenes from Air Crash Investigation for
our short 50 minute flight, the views were spectacular as we flew over the
stunning coastlines of Greece. Touchdown and upgraded to a BMW on arrival
albeit slightly battered. I had decided to forgo a GPS deciding to rely on ...
... Switzerland) Name: MS Tûranor PlanetSolar Owner: PlanetSolar SA Builder: Knierim Yachtbau, Kiel, Germany Cost: €15 million Launched: 31 March 2010 General characteristics  Class & type: Yacht Displacement: 85 metric tons Length: 31 m (35 m with flaps) Beam: 15 m (23m with flaps) Propulsion: 2 Permanent Magnet Synchronous Electrical Motors - 60kW each (max) @ 1600 rpm 2 Permanent Magnet Synchronous Electrical Motors - 10kW each (max) @ 1000 rpm ...
... Justin caught none with his new fishing pole. While Justin and Ty fished, Lida and Kyle swam ashore.... Then returned to Buckner island to basque in the sun. We all enjoyed yet another lunch onboard Milena, before taking the dinghy out for a late afternoon exploration. Lida and I went to town before the others so we could go shopping. The boys stayed on Millie, because. None of them liked shopping.... the more fun for us. As ...