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Travel: Sightseeing in Corfu

Introduction: Europe Trip
Review: SQ Suites SYD-SIN, our first Suites Flight
Travel: Sightseeing around Singapore
Review: The Private Room Singapore
Review: Singapore Suites SIN-LHR Flight
Travel: Sightseeing in London
Travel: Sightseeing in Athens
Review: Royal Pricense Med Cruise
Travel: Sightseeing in Santorini
Travel: Sightseeing in Kotor, Motenegro

Travel: Sightseeing in Corfu

Travel: Sightseeing in Messina & Elba
Travel: Train to Venice & Sightseeing
Travel: Sightseeing in Florence
Travel: Sightseeing in Rome
Review: Rome Alitalia Alicia Lounge & Frankfurt Senator Lounge
Review: Thai airways A380 First Class FCO-BKK
Review: Thai Airways B747 First Class BKK-SYD
Comparison: Singapore Airlines Suite Class vs. Thai Airways First Class

We had a fairly short day in Corfu, arriving at 07:30 and departing at 15:00. I am not sure if it was just because Corfu replaced Capri (which we really wanted to go to) in our original itinerary but we really didn’t find anything interesting to do or see in Corfu. I feel like this sign summed up Corfu pretty well. It was a town with an old fort on either side.

Corfu Sign

Corfu was again a similar town to Kotor in that it was cobblestone tiny streets that we mostly closed off to traffic, however, it was much larger and just didn’t have the magic untouched feel to it. Every second shop was selling the same pre-manufactured souvenirs or knock off leather goods. Mrs bwhouse was not keen on me buying her a 100euro Chanel bag, I still don’t know why

Apparently, there are some really nice beaches a short drive away, but as the weather was pretty average at ~20c with rain on the way we weren’t too enthused to make the trek to the beach.

Instead, we wandered around the town and tried some of the local food before retiring to the port and back to the ship.

Corfu Bakery

Corfu Street

Sorry not many photos in Corfu for some reason, next up Messina.

I am really enjoying this free internet on trains in Italy. Sitting back watching the scenery go by is a great time to catch up on emails and some work! It makes me wish we had internet on domestic flights in AU.

Train Wifi

All while traveling at ~250mph...

Train Speed


Ben

Ben

I have always had a love of travel, I believe that we work hard so that we can enjoy the precious time off we have for holidays and so it is important to make the most of them.

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