Villa Coralli Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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There's a rainbow over the harbour this morning, I wonder if that means rain or sunshine will prevail. Before we leave we update the blogs and book a hotel in the airport in Doha for our stopover when we return from Namibia. We should get to the port today, so possibly sail tonight. The scenery today is lovely, the hills wirh the mountains beyond have a look of the Lake District. There are a lot of the wetland areas with masses of storks feeding. Doris, or rather ...
We left Aigeira with it's sports center and large houses and drove through what turned out to be a small town spread out along one Main Street, as usual this was double parked making it difficult to negotiate. We were soon back on the main road and making good speed. At the sides of the road the local fruit sellers have strawberries on their stalls, they must have been grown in the greenhouses. Now were back on ...
... I stop for a coffee at a small cafe high up then join the A2 about 50km further on from where I left it to turn down to Meteora.
I resume the tunnel count anyway, though surely many missed in that 50km stretch. The count is up to 55 when I arrive in Igoumenitsa.
... to go for the best cuisine. That
night we had dinner at Taverna Marbella, a gorgeous little spot overlooking the
ocean. THE best moussaka (my favourite Greek dish) I have ever had and Al's
favourite meal lamb chops cooked to perfection. Amused ourselves by feeding the
fish some tomato which they swarmed like baby piranhas a bit like the bees we had to escape at every breakfast swarming around our OJ and honey at our hotel!
... and aerodynamics. The boat has been designed to be used as a luxury yacht after the record attempt is finished. It is currently being used as a floating marine research laboratory by Geneva University. Around the world On 27 September 2010, Tûranor PlanetSolar set off from Monaco to circumnavigate the globe solely with the aid of solar power. One aim of the project was to focus public awareness on the importance of renewable energies for ...