Roda Oasis Hotel & Apartments
Travel Blogs from Roda
... We had
tzatsiki, corfu olives, feta in olive oil, taramasalata, moussaka and finished
off with traditional greek yoghurt with honey and walnuts. When I get home I
will be testing out my new Greek cooking skill.
We have a day on board the ship tomorrow as we are now cruising towards Turkey.
... quite see the latest ship through the trees but as it sailed out with an air of sophistication we recognised the dark blue hulk with red trim. Focusing the binoculars we could now see that it was Cunard's Queen Elizabeth it sailed by so serenely.
Our last night there was a beautiful full moon shimmering on the bay, a perfect end to our holiday.
It's now the morning, we check out at 12.00 and our pick up for the airport is 12.20 so just time for me to close my blog for another ...
... was going well until we hit some waves and she started to over-correct and reefed the boat to port - we all screamed at her and Corey jumped in to take over ha Because we'd been in trouble already, the rest of our sailing adventure involved us sucking ass as much as we could. When George said "Sails", we were the first to 'copy' on the radio and scored ourselves rope burn to get those sails up first!! ha We were like ...
... up the sun. We had a hankering for a Greek seafood lunch but, as the owners of the restaurants lining the main square had been trained in highway robbery by Ned Kelly, we found a lovely little taverna in the back streets where we had a great seafood lunch. After lunch, we headed back to the ship and spent the afternoon floating around the pool, as the temperature was in the low to mid-30's. We enjoyed Happy Hour at the Crow's Nest bar and Shirley got into the ...
... one direction you could see Greece mainland, another Albania and in the distance Italy. All around the island was the beautiful blue water, such a lovely view. We then hung around in Corfu walking the shopping streets. For dinner a Greek feast, all our favourites souvlaki, dolmade, moussaka, olives, sun dried tomatoes and of course the most amazing baklava either of us has ever tasted. Little sick from over eating, but it was soooo good, just one more piece of baklava, it's only wafer ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking