I write this post from the lounge area of a cruise ship. Well, it’s actually the ferry from
Our second week on Kefalonia was as good as the first. We learned how to find our way around the island; which restaurants to return to, and where to use the internet in comfort. We discovered the best places to buy fish, but didn’t find a good place to buy lamb since we were repeatedly told we were in the wrong season.
After eating in many different restaurants, Sally maintains that the food along West Broadway is as good as, or tastier than what she found here. I agree that we get better lamb, beef, and chickens in
As planned, we did make it up to Fiskardo. While someone had described it to us as a lady with too much make-up, we didn’t agree. We thought it was delightful and very picturesque, and I couldn’t stop taking photos of the old buildings framed by the fish boats. We met up with some people who we had met on the day cruise to Ithaki, (former bikers nowliving in
We also explored the
(Although I did like the small gas stations in main street mixed use buildings, which I think might be a good idea for
We did get to see some of the archeological sites around Kefalonia. While the tombs near the villa were interesting, they were more so after seeing photos of their original discovery in the local museum. There one could also find some of the artifacts that had been removed from them. We also got to go bowling!
Two weeks after our arrival, we reluctantly packed our bags since it was time to move on. We took the bus/ferry back to
Despite its wonderful history, impressive sights, and lively places to spend an evening,
But now we are saying goodbye to