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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. ...
... smile. After a lot of discussion we have decided to catch the ferry from Igoumenitsa , When we get to the port we will ask which ferries to Italy allow dogs in the cabins, some only allow them in kennels on the deck. At our side of the harbour there is a very popular Taverna, in the evening there are a lot if cars and motorbikes parked outside, there must be a party taking place, they seem to have forgotten to invite ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... to go for the best cuisine. That
night we had dinner at Taverna Marbella, a gorgeous little spot overlooking the
ocean. THE best moussaka (my favourite Greek dish) I have ever had and Al's
favourite meal lamb chops cooked to perfection. Amused ourselves by feeding the
fish some tomato which they swarmed like baby piranhas a bit like the bees we had to escape at every breakfast swarming around our OJ and honey at our hotel!