Sidari Water Park Hotel
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Let me introduce our cruising party. I have attached pics. Today we arrived in Corfu, we had an activity planned by Old Mutual. Rode Suzuki Jimmies 4x4 up the mountain, drive on the right hand side, so one must remember to stay on the right when driving, but not to continue right as you would then drive off the mountain as I almost did on ...
... and they had a Elvis impersonator there one night who was very good, we had a lot of fun there, dancing and drinking, karaoke, I think we may have had too much fun as on our last night the disc jockey announced "The sisters have left the building"
We mainly spent our afternoons on foot ...
... the Greek economy. We saw some ruins on our tour but overall the areas we saw were quite modern many with breathtaking views. Hamish suggested that we go to the Pink Palace but our tour didn't go past there. Perhaps next time! After the tour we got off the bus at Corfu Town and had a quick bite to eat in the main square. After a little bit of shopping we walked back to the Port - a good 30 minute ...
Yesterday's day at sea was both very busy and also great fun. I had to give my final presentation on the First World War in the mid-morning and that demanded a bit of my time before hand. The presentation, like all the others was very well attended and well received. It is always nice to get positive feedback and by now people knew us well enough to be quite forthcoming. After the presentation we went to an Aussie BBQ/fish and chip event on the pool deck. The ships ...
... remain unpunished?" -- "Because he escaped." -- "But why was he allowed to return?" -- "Because we had killed his brother."
Now, one of these episodes happened in the 19th century, the other in the 21st. Can the reader guess which is which? (4)
(1) Quoted by Edward Lear in the introductory section of Journals of a Landscape Painter in Greece and Albania, William Kimber & Co, 1965 (originally 1851). All quotations from Lear are from this book.