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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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On our way back to the ship, we passed a bakery. I have been craving galataburiko (PLEASE forgive my brutalization of the Greek language) – for years. Loved my mother-in laws, and CRAVE cousin Irene’s. We shall see if this measures up to Irene’s!! It is in the refrigerator in our suite….no dessert tonight, I plan on diving in tonight after dinner!!!
We are both on the ...
We had our last dinner in another classic Greek taverna, usual grub. The bigger children went off to party whilst the oldies and younger ones tried to sleep. Not very pleased with certain children who were a bit noisy on their return. Richard is going to spend the rest of his life in the ...
... lunch just off one of the busy beaches. Much swimming and using GoPro cameras in and out of the water. Again I will upload later. After this leisurely lunch we set of for a sail towards Skiathos. A good wind, full sail and a lovely sail was had. We clocked up 6-8 knots in around 10-14 knots of wind. Sadly the time came to return to port for our last mooring procedure. Very shallow water, the alarms were going, Tilly was reading ...
... back to the main town in Alonissis. The bay's were indeed lovely. Much swimming and a bit of motoring around in the Naughty tender was done. Two of the flotilla members lost their anchor winches (not a good thing) but made it away safely. We had a lovely sail down to the port. However there the problems began...... It was very very busy and we were waiting on anchor for about an hour for somewhere to park for the night. Eventually an anchor with stern lines ashore and we ...
... up Claire and fixed a back slab to Richard's broken wrist.
The hospital itself was far from 20th century for example no soap in toilets. Very few supplies, needles and blood on the floor. However return we did for x-Rays the following morning.
So. In the morning we returned. No power so no x-Rays. Nobody would give us drugs. And we could not get them ...