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... is a beautiful place, so different from home. The next day was relaxing as it was a full day at sea and following that we landed in a Greek port of Katakolon – it was very hot and we took the bus to Olympia which was the birthplace of the Olympic Games. It was interesting to hear about how the games first started (no women were allowed to attend as the men competed nude!!) and to see for instance the running track and the original ...
After our first day at sea, we arrive at Cephalonia (with a hard C, or a K). The port is in the town of Argostolion, we travel by tender from the ship to the port. We then board a coach for our Cephalonia Highlights Tour.
We travel along narrow, winding roads, constantly ascending (are there any other types of roads?). We see plenty of goats, not many people.
Our first stop is at the underground Lake of Melissani, where we descend along a steep tunnel to our little row boats. ...
We are traveling from Malta to Argostoli, one of the Ionian Islands.
The leisurely day starts with a leisurely breakfast in the Vista Dining Room, where Jeannette carefully tried to plan the day.
The Noordam has several eating areas. The Lido is a buffet style dining area and breakfast, lunch and dinner can be eaten there. Dress requirements are less formal.
The Vista is a sit down dining room for breakfast and dinner. The dinner menu changes daily.
... road pops on our way to another beach, watching my husband fish (and fail), experiencing the chaos of Greek drivers, drinking frappe, eating gyro for breakfast, seeing a full moon light up a sailboat on the water, checking out a Greek amphitheatre, and experiencing a Orthodox baptism. It marks another place Dan and I will "be back one day…"
Now we are sitting in ...
Today we were supposed to go visit the Navagio beach. A few minutes after we left port, ship turned around and went back for a round of latecomers. The day was perfectly sunny before we turned around, and when we set our course again, the clouds covered the sun, and the sea went rough. Our ship was rocking. When we came to Navagio, 200 m from the beach, ship stopped and the captain informed us that we can't make port for our own safety. Everyone complained, but ...