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We stopped at the port of Corfu. The only way to really get around the island is to take an excursion. At least it was for us. We were going to see a Monastery in the village of Palaiokastritsa and to the village of Gastouri to visit the 19th century Achilleion Palace.
The places were very beautiful and again the excursions didn't disappoint ...
... I struck up a conversation with two cute girls. They were at the tail end of their own Aegean expedition. Mykonos (party island), Santorini (tourist island), and some other one I can't recall. Standard stuff, but then what do you expect from two Canadian college girls with interestingly painted toenails? My plan was to reach Athens, spend some time seeing the big stuff (Acropolis, etc) then retire to Piraeus (Athens' main port) and get a room; my ferry to Naxos was booked ...
... a smile and ever so sweetly if he was trying to take her job from her.
At our dinner on the first night on board, we had completed entrée and the main dish and were about to order dessert. And then the strangest thing happened. A waiter came to the table and, using an instrument that had no doubt been specifically and expertly crafted, ever so swiftly and without fuss, scraped the crumbs from the table cloth. The next and last phase of our ...
... br> hell and racing in our rented cars to get to this water park.
in Corfu, Greece is 125,000 sq/ft with all of the above mentioned. The
group made it there just after opening on a Monday. This was the best
day to go, over 35•C sunny and a light breeze. Being a Monday as well
made sure there was not a lot of volume at the park that day.
we arrived we thought we would try to scam our way off some of the
entrance fee. ...
... 8217;s a calm yellow lab with a noble attitude. In the mornings, he comes down to the stables and keeps an eye on things for the day, enduring the thrilled screams and overzealous patting of the kids who come to ride. At the end of the day, he follows us up to the house and takes his place on the porch, where he has a good nap.
Little Hoppy is not quite as easygoing, but very charming. He was a ...