Aquis Pelekas Beach Hotel
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... s decided to introduce himself (Terry, his wife was also a mess) and give us a history lesson on what POM stands for (Prisoners of Mother England), his life story, his wedding back in Melbourne, his spud farming days in Manjimup, for the next hour… we couldn’t get a word in sideways… finally his wife (and daughter holding his grand-daughter) convinced Terry he needed to go… and so did we… tomorrow… Croatia awaits ...
... to explore and be visited during our lunch by multitudes of friendly Grecian puddles before heading back
for another delish meal at our favourite Taverna Marbella to be served by our
lovely hostess who responded to our requests with “Yeeeeessssssssss” like a
female Greek version of Lurch!
One more glorious swim to start the morning and then it was on to the north of the Island to Kassiopi for Corfu Part 2 (-:
... not good, it is fresh". Carefully Jacques descended the ladder into the water "..... Oh-la-la.... It is cold.." As he initially came up the ladder. Marina said something... And he slowly descended yet one more time, released his death grip on the ladder, tred water for about 15 seconds, and got out of the water. It was too cold for him, too. Jacques and Marina were busily preparing dinner, while I was reading, blogging, and changing for our evening. We ...
... again and off we went. I would probably learn to ride a bike and get around Corfu very easily on my own if I could spend a few weeks here. There are steep hills though and we came off the bike trying to get up but a bloody elbow is all Wazza got. Me nothing. Thus was simply due to the fact we are on a 50cc. No power on that bike but more than a pushbike. Did I mention a laaaarrrvvve Corfu. Look at the pics. And that's just a small ...
... take a coach for our tour around this part of Albania. Traffic is busy, don't park, just stop.
We are given a bit of a history lesson from our guide. Albania became a republic in 1993 and has been developing since then from what was once of the poorest countries in Europe. The drive through the countryside is pleasant, as we make our way to the ancient town of Butrint.
We take a ...