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... was hanging from our air conditioner and last night it was an elephant - pictures included. They have a great sense of humour!
Yesterday we landed at Argostoli in Greece. It wasn’t a long walk from our ship but very hot. We didn’t have a lot of time here so we got on a little tourist train that took us around the township. In all honesty there wasn’t much here so we just stopped and had a nice lunch of grilled octopus, grilled halumi ...
... takes us for a quick trip in this mysteriously subterranean water (quoting from the tour description). We have a bit of time to buy souvenirs. Jeannette buys a gift for her sister Yvonne, who is having a birthday today. I buy a bottle opener. The ship sells crown seal beers, but doesn't provide an opener.
We then go to Fiskardo, somewhat optimistically described by the tour guide as the Greek version of St Tropez !, where we have lunch. It is a very attractive coastal ...
Friday 29th August
Hi all, we have arrived at Argostoli, Greece.
Just a few hours after leaving Malta, there was a medical emergency with a passenger, so the ship was cranked up to 21 knots and we arrived in Argostoli at 1.00am, instead of the proposed time of 8.00am, the passenger we were informed was transferred to a hospital and received the treatment required, ...
... Grill is more upmarket and costs an extra $29. We had a complimentary meal there on our first night, thanks to Mel & Carmellio who planned and booked our trip.
Canaletto is Italian themed and costs an extra $10.
The Dive In is a burger and hot dog eating area open from 11:30 to 18:00 (we are at sea, sailor talk)
At 10:15, we take a tour of the Galley, which prepares over 3000 meals daily. There is no commentary, but they provide ...
... for wi-fi, and he would by the beverages of choice. Such a great offer, that all of us disembarked, and headed to the cooling shade, cappuccino and wi-fi. The big contender to the wi-fi, was the collection of kittens, and rabbits that lived there. Armed with excitement and smiles, Ty was on the move. There was one little kitten that he wanted to hold,, but kept charging or running from Ty because of his neon orange shirt. Finally over by the rabbits, Ty ...