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... Last night after a superb dinner in one of the special restaurants we decided to check out BB King’s Blues Club and had the best time. One too many cocktails but we worked it all off on the dance floor staying until closing – a great way to end a fabulous day.
Today we land in Istanbul and are here overnight. So looking forward to checking out a completely different culture than we are use to. Until next time – bye for ...
... our included lunch is a tad ordinary. They give us some local wines, the white is very sweet polish remover, the red is just red polish remover. Eventually find a beer as we walk through the shops. No real shopping opportunity, mainly tourist ****, with little variety.
We return along the coast to the ship. We stop for a photo opportuniy at one their favourite beaches. It is white sand, but a long way down from the road we are traveling on. The specks on the photo are people.
... that outlines to enormity of the task.
After lunch, we go a "free" champagne art auction. Some pieces sell for over $20 000. We win the raffle for a piece of art work, which ends uo costing $350 to frme and send home.
We get constant invites to future auctions, as valued customers. We stay well away.
Dinner tonight requires formal dress. We :"frock up" and enjoy the meal. Photographers tske lots of photos of us and we buy a few for about $150.
... but lucky for us we had Prokopi to translate. The caves are lit up, (thank God, because Dan was already freaking me out making reference to The Descent ), the walls are adorned with stalagmites and stalactites. I would highly recommend that excursion to anyone who plans to go to Greece in the near future.
I can't choose a favourite part of Greece, I think for Dan the Acropolis of Athens ...
Today we were supposed to go visit the Navagio beach. A few minutes after we left port, ship turned around and went back for a round of latecomers. The day was perfectly sunny before we turned around, and when we set our course again, the clouds covered the sun, and the sea went rough. Our ship was rocking. When we came to Navagio, 200 m from the beach, ship stopped and the captain informed us that we can't make port for our own safety. Everyone complained, but ...