After boarding our bus at the port of Corfu, Greece, we headed to the western side of the island to Paleokastritsa. A winding one-lane road took us to the Paleokastritsa Monestary.
The interior of the monestary was heavily adorned in the icons of the Greek Orthodox tradition.
Outside we found gorgeous views of the coastline of the Ionian Sea.
On the way back to Corfu Town, we detoured to Kanoni for a bird’s eye view of the Mouse Island and the airport.
Back in town, our guide gave us a brief walking tour of Corfu Town. Then the four of us settled in for our daily dose of cappuccino. We’ve decided that a cappuccino machine would make a great Christmas present, but LBeau says he’s going to start with a mocha pot.
With such beautiful weather, Susie and I even broke out the capri pants, and we found time to enjoy reading and sunning by the pool. Meanwhile, I’m already getting nervous about the Razorback game at Auburn, which won’t kick off until 10:30 p.m. for us. I don’t see how we can possibly stop Cam Newton. If I wake up in the middle of the night, I may be calling one of you to get the score.