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Sunday was our first sea day. We spent the morning at the Sanctuary, which was a private area of the ship, at the front of the ship. We enjoyed sitting in the shade, watching the huge Turkish landscape go by, with its changing topography. I did not realize how large Turkey was! The ship sailed by Gallipoli, where the captain describe the battle where so many Australians lost their lives. He also asked for a moment of silence. Princess is an American line frequented by many ...
... me about an hour to find the place when it was only round the corner from where I started.It really sucks having no sense of direction but I got a workout so it wasnt all bad. Day 6 July 5 At 9 am we met at the tourist bureau to begin our day long bus tour.We were surprised at how mountainous Naxos is.It is the largest island in the Cyclades and has the highest mountain.It is not densely populated and most people live in the capital which had only 4 schools. ...
... She talked me into buying some local delicatessen. I liked a chocolate bar a lot. Yummi stuff. Ok, it was about time to let my legs recover and get some decent sleep. The next morning I was to explore one of the most outstanding monasteries that have ever existed in Europe.
Meteora is an iconic place in this part Balkans. It is a pride of Greek nature. Set high on the sandstone cliffs, the Greek Orthodox monasteries of ...
... of beers and
watched the people. It was a bank holiday the next day so everyone had the day off. We had to catch the ferry back by midnight
The music and children doing a little dance didn't start until after 2200 so we didn't have much time to watch. We did plan to
catch the ferry at 2215! We waited but the music wasn't the tradition Greek type. We also thought that with the increase
in price of food and drinks that the money was probably going to the ...
... Lady. Puppies are a grand way to start a day any place, especially your first day in Greece. I suddenly noticed a big black dog on the neighboring terrace above the pool. He was shortly joined by a half naked Aussie in his 30's. He introduced himself as Peter, and his dog was max. With puppies and Lady gambooling about my ankles we talked, and I soon scrambled up a tree and over the wall and with a little help across a trelace on to ...