Villa Diamond Hotel
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... small stoves, dog owners and parents exercised their pets and children. The booking office told us that loading was at 10.00 pm, that came and went, as did 11.00 and 12.00, eventually at 12,10 there was a knock on the window, the dock had been changed we had to go to no.10. At no. 10 we joined the queue for the ferry that still hadn't arrived. At 12.30 it docked and we embarked. We're very tired, it's way past our bed time. We got to our cabin and settled in with a night ...
... I was shocked! By two o'clock or so we had reached the end of the days drive, Les had chosen a spot off the mapping on his phone to see if there was a suitable place to park. We drove down a narrow track littered with oranges that had fallen off the trees, after a short while it turned into an area of wetlands, we could make the track out through the water and followed it until it met the sea front. We ...
Meteora to Igoumenitsa. Breakfast with Karin and Tobias, a young couple from Germany.
I am loading my gear onto the bike, when suddenly the other two are gone. I don't see them again until I arrive at the ferry office in Igoumenitsa. It's a challenging road over ...
... and I the sole passengers awaiting the 4km trip back to town. However, those who took an earlier train were also ready to return so the tourist train pulled out with yet another full load of passengers back to the port.
Back in town we noticed an Avis sign where cars could be hired, along with businesses that were hiring out quad bikes. This could have been an option if we had a little more time. Before heading back to the ship we had time to sit and people watch over a ...
... br> and wandered the meandering cobblestoned streets and found Al his second fridge
magnet to add to our collection. After yelling some encouragement to some
talented local kids playing football on a puddle soaked pitch, we then went to
our lovely hosts second tip “The Old Village Taverna” up a tiny sidestreet in
Moraitiki covered in grapevines and bouganvilleas. We were warmly welcomed by
Nikos the amiable owner ...