Roda Oasis Hotel & Apartments
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... by the litre) topped off a perfect night….well we thought..post dinner we decided to drop in to a local bar that seemed to have a good vibe with happy hour cocktails from 10pm to midnight. Upon arrival we were sat down by the owner, Nicos, and his happy British helpers (a lot of Brits over ere guv nor) who were constantly running around serving drinks (thought they may have had ADD).. after a mojito or 2 a 3yo boy wanders in with his parents ...
... day we went exploring the next town Moraitiki and hired ourselves some sunbeds for the morning. 6 Euros thankyou very much! The water here is unbelievable, a sublime temperature, crystal clear and calm as a forest lake. We started our daily ritual of a few laps up and down the coast, if it was like this at home I would swim every day! I had forgotten
how the Europeans like to let it all hang out, the beach was full of some
mammals on ...
... good). Tonight this same lovely wine was opened, stored properly, and tasted delicious. Our dinner was hamburgers, French fries, tysiski (sp.) and salad. I thought of Justin, and his thoughts about bun-less hamburgers, as I was devouring mine. ".....I have never had a burger, without a bun.... It is good.... I may even like it better..." You know Justin, I, too, may like it better. As night descended upon us.... It was soooo dark..... Great ...
Getting all muddled up with country's now and thought I was in a port we will be in in a couple of days. On track now and we are in Corfu today. We are just watching the ship channel trying to get it all to sink in. I'm excited we get a full day in venice again at the end if the cruise. Had a good night mixing with fellow cruisers and have met a few through dinner table seating. Walking down the corridor last night we could wave to quite ...
The ship is moored at the port on Corfu. We are going to Albania, so we have to go through Greek Immigration to leave Greece. Greek Immigration is chaotic, with long queues and plenty of people pushing in. Eventually we get our passports stamped, very faintly because Greek finances don't permit the purchase of ink!
We then board a hydrofoil for Albania, about 30 minutes. We land at ...