Travel Blogs from Corfu
Had the best day, got up got ready and went to Dassia beach, it was so nice :-) getting a nice tan...which is all going to go downhill on the next cruise...Norway haha! The sea days are hard work but the port days make it all worth it :) hell to the yeahhhh! ...
... and wandered around the town looking at all the little shops and stuff. People here are more mellow, in beach clothes and stuff, nothing fancy. Had a buffet dinner at the hotel, which included "American" food like mashed potatoes... and NOT pasta! *does a happy dance*. We were all sick to death of heavy pasta and were excited to see green leafy food and fresh veggies.
The next day was amazing... we took ...
Day 17 - 20 Corfu Greece
Greek dinner and winning the potato game with Robyn
George's Boat day cruise
Parasailing with Hamlin
Old town of Corfu
Palaio Frourio (The old Citadel)
St George Church
Fun and sun by the beach ... with beach ...
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