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... a cab to take us back to the cable car.
We met a lovely couple earlier on the cruise from Britain. Philip and Alec. He had wanted me to explain baseball. Now that was funny, as I cannot stand the game. Turns out that he was a magician back in the day. We heard about their love story, and that they were married 6 months after meeting. They did tell us that Kathy and I were the “high bits” of their trip. I think that’s ...
From Venice we flew to Thessaloniki. We planned a couple of days on the Greek island but we could have easily spent the next month there!
Our hostel was awesome. It was 30 metres from the beach and had its own pool as well. We even got a free airport pick up at midnight and a free drop off at the ferry when we left. The first day there we slept in, caught up on the Italy blogs and hung out at the pool.
The second day we headed out to explore the island a bit. We rented ...
... The wind had picked up and the clouds were moving in and the waves were crashing pretty hard. Funny how you can spot a Brit though!! Bright white or bright red on the beach when everyone else has given up!!
We were headed for a refreshment at a seaside spot when seemingly reading Grant’s mind, I asked him if he wanted to go back to the village to the taverna we had seen earlier… and so we went. If the Godfather song had a Greek ...
... a t-shirt – when I went to pay, I realised I was missing my cash passport MasterCard. Frantic searching of my bag ensued, however, the card was nowhere to be found. It was very distressing as I have been so careful with my bag and money, using one of those super-duper security bags with a lock. I don’t even carry a wallet, using the secure money section of the bag.
So, the card was gone and I called cash ...
... them to weave the carpets. After two years of living in and training the girls return to their homes and continue weaving to make their own income. We were shown how they grow the silk from silkworms and then extract the silk from the cocoons (very familiar in the Woods household - we had silkworms when the kids were in primary school).
At the end of the demonstration the hard-sell began - and, goodness me, did they put ...