Agnantia Hotel Apartment
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- Continental Breakfast
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Good morning all, starting to write today's blog whilst all you landlubbers are hopefully fast asleep in bed- 7:30 here, 2 hours earlier in the UK. Today's guest blogger is Rob, firstly some useless facts about his experiences on the cruise to date, or should it be 'some facts about his useless sailing experience' instead! Woke up this morning feeling a mossie on his neck, only to find it was the strap from his glasses! Famed for listening to ...
... Argostoli sits. Argostoli developed into one of the busiest ports in Greece, leading to prosperity and growth. We went for a long walk through the old town where Perce bought a new hat which was a big improvement on the last one which I will bin when he is not looking. There were turtles in the harbour lagoon which were feeding on small fish which you could purchase from one of the market stalls. The town was small and not very interesting but the exercise was ...
Then on occasion, being whisked off by the Fiordino boys on scooters or jammed in the back of small cars at 1am to a nearby panerure amongst the mountains. All to fundraise money for the islands football team, inclusion like this is what I will remember them for. There I was taught traditional Greek dancing where you spin around at increasing speed in huge circles until your legs feel ready to fall off. The band need immense amounts ...
... sailors, not the skipper. The skippers were only allowed to give advice. We had one person manning (steering), two people on either side to pull the sail around and one person pulling the middle sail if need by. Our only guy on board was hung over and sick so he slept and the girls powered on haha.
It was so much fun! My arms hurt for days after as it was my job to tighten something with a spanner thing. I'll have to ask dad for the actual words. ...
Leaving Neilson and Nanny life behind me I embarked on my trip from one Sivota to the next, this one being on Lefkada. I was to meet the other first mate who I would be working with, Lily, and George the yacht and flotilla skipper.
As soon as I met Lily I knew we would get along. She was a fiery red head with freckles to match who oozed confidence and was a barrel of laughs. Often displaying a silly and inappropriate ...