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... red wine (no wait, 2 jugs thus why we are a bit fuzzy headed sitting here at Athens airport waiting for our connecting flight to Dubrovnik!) The Greek dancers were very talented (and flexible said Tam) and made us all get up for a dance (Zorba, of course). After the function ended we had one last stroll along the harbour to saviour our last night and enjoy the serenity….no, not to be, within 10mins an English bloke who had 10 too many ...
... neck by the time we were on the right track
again! Dodging coaches, people, cars pulling out willy nilly and roads which
seemed like they were built for one way not two, we finally arrived at our
destination. Once we saw our balcony with seaview looking over the peaceful
Med, chill time had begun (-:
A little hotel with it’s own private beach run by a lovely Greek family, the friendly
owner filled us in with hot tips ...
... at the table, and opened the same Greek wine we had in Old Town Corfu three nights ago (for the first time), also enjoying a second bottle at Olympia in Gouvia Marina, where we enjoyed our first Greek dinner with The Buckners, and our last Greek dinner on land in Greece. (The restaurant had stored the wine standing up, on an open shelf, just outside the kitchen. By the time it was opened, it was almost h o t... So we cooled it down on ice, and it was ...
... strange guy telling a joke and not getting the punch line. Always awkward. In most cases we will never see these people again so that makes it all easier. Since Wazza turned his back in this guy and didn't talk to him again. We survived a fun day on a Vespa yesterday riding around the point from where the ship anchored even if I'm slightly sure my ID may have been stolen. We had to leave a drivers licence with the hire office which ...
... with lots of steps through the ancient ruins, dating back to 400 BC.
We see Greek, Roman and even Venetian ruins. Very spectacular. We are told that many mosaic floors have been preserved, but they are covered in plastic and sand to keep them from deteriorating. Not much good for us us, their must be a better way! We eventually get to see a small example.
This is as another ...