Almyros Natura Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... to line up again. We bought 2 bottles of the rosť. The wine was nice and really cheap $8.00. Next stop was the town of Corfu. Was quite a pretty town and would have been lovely if it was warm and not constant rain. We had some free time and walked around the streets dripping wet. Didn't take any pictures on the iPad as it was so wet, but we took a few on the camera. Leaving port early tonight and heading for Kotor, hopefully warmer tomorrow.
... dairy or meat is thrown out. Even if the food is still within the expiry date the food is thrown out. This really upset me - not sure why but I started to reflect on weather I would cruise again and support cruise companies to throw out so much food. However the manager of the food (very large Italian man) made some good points about food safety. I also learnt that majority of the food scraps each day is thrown into the ocean. This would be a phenomenal amount ...
... yet so different nowadays. Arriving after dark (breaking
rule number one in campervanning as it means no idea were you actually are) we
bypassed a few suspect looking campgrounds to arrive at campground in Morinj,
outside of Kotor. Luckily we had struck a winner with a lovely owner, cheap
rates and great facilities. We were quickly guided to our riverside pitch,
complete with alfresco dining area.
A quick, final diversion for Noordam to Greece again. This time, the island of Corfu. We'd been told Paleostritsa was the best bit so decided to spend the day there. We ran into our Scottish friends Leslie and Brian at breakfast who had the same idea so we agreed to share a cab. As we exited through the port, we saw hire cars available for 40€ per day, so thought, why not? On seeing the size of the car, we upgraded to a tiny ...
... and it really was fun. It is amusing to be horrified by the traffic in Italy. They are maniacs on the roads especially in the cities. The first bus took us mainly around the city and although parts are quite nice it really is a uncared for place. Lots of alleyways and shops packed in tightly. However, the other bus took us along the coast and up into what was obviously nicer areas. The bay of Naples is really pretty with a lot of money tied up in ...