Roda Oasis Hotel & Apartments
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... to line up again. We bought 2 bottles of the rosť. The wine was nice and really cheap $8.00. Next stop was the town of Corfu. Was quite a pretty town and would have been lovely if it was warm and not constant rain. We had some free time and walked around the streets dripping wet. Didn't take any pictures on the iPad as it was so wet, but we took a few on the camera. Leaving port early tonight and heading for Kotor, hopefully warmer tomorrow.
... saw behind the stage, dressing rooms, met a dancer, met 2 singers, saw the lighting and sound area and met the 2 technicians. The same group of performers are in the shows each night. They all have contracts for 10 months. Their contracts are staggered and when they finish their replacement embarks. This way there is no large influx of staff emarking/disembarking.
The next stop was the MSC Yacht club. Yacht club cost approximately double the price of ...
... village and walled old town, quintessential red roofed buildings and churches up on hills far to far away for walking today. It was once we had filled up with Diesel that I realised I was one card light in my wallet. Somewhere between dinner last night and then I had lost my debit card. ****. Luckily we had enough euros/kuna/marks to make up fuel but were now without cash. We headed over to Dubrovnik and escaped any border guards keen for a little ...
... manual. But Brian left his licence behind, so guess who got the gig as driver? We started well, driving from the main town of Kerkira to Paleostritsa, where we took a boat-ride to the famous caves. The coastline there is so like Broughton! From the rocks and rugged headlands to the blue-green water, we were amazed at the similarities. The place was even inhabited by crusty old fishermen! There was a "blue cave" and indeed the water ...
loves ancient ruins but for it to be a fort - well!!!!! We visited the museum attached to the fort and then I told Steve I would find a comfy spot andYesterday we arrived in Corfu, it was very hot and we took the shuttle bus into the old part of town and the fort area. Steve was in seventh heaven - he he could explore to his hearts content. He will write the following about it. The fort sits on a hilled peninsula at the end of the town and ...