After a second breakfast on the terrace and several cups of tea we packed our bags and went for a last walk into the pretty village of Egiali and rechecked the bus timetable just to be sure that there wasn’t an alternative schedule on a Sunday. There wasn’t and I knew that already but I checked anyway, it’s a bit like that thing that English people do when they get on a bus or a train and even though they know the answer they ask the destination several times of different people just to be absolutely certain.
Nice stuff Andrew.
Can’t fault it.
But if I had one wish granted by you, it would be for each posting to contain a rough hand-drawn map of the relevant island, showing your movements.
And there would also be a reproduced professional map showing the islands and their geographical relationship to each other.
Now, were someone to ask that of ME, I would tell them to go forth and multiply.
But that is because I lack any semblance of your considerable gifts with computers!
Hope to play you squash tomorrow.
Be at my house at 9am please.
I love your travels..next time maybe I could fit in your suitcase????
I have a friend who writes a travel blog as he goes all over the world , he is a professional marathon runner.. but his blog is no where near as good and as interesting as yours. Maybe I should suggest he reads yours.
Your broadband MUST be better than ours which is nil… only a dongle or a home box..that is the choice.
Hi and thanks for the comment. You are welcome to try and fit in my hand luggage – I can imagine that would be fun at the departure gate. Thanks for your kind comments! Andrew