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Wrong Ferry, Wrong City, Wrong ‘Island’

Arriving in Patra, I am apparently not where I am supposed to be.  I was under the impression I could get to Zakynthos from Patra. But, no.  My luck. Its 11:00 pm, the ferry was 2 hours longer than planned, and the receptionist at the port is telling me I am in the wrong city. “Can you put me in the right one?” I asked, ever so nicely.  None of that was going to happen tonight.

I leave the port, find a taxi, and search for a hotel. Found it! After a 7 hour ferry ride to the wrong city, its sleepy time.

Categories: Greece Peloponnese and the Saronic Gulf Islands

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Perriann Hodges

I am not an author. To be quite honest, I always hated English class. I write so I may share my experiences and remember the man I met on a bus who treated me to dinner with his family, paying and booking a hotel only to find out its out of business, fake crying in the Athens airport to get a ticket home, or remember the strangers who looked out for me on a bus. Some live, experience, and are fulfilled by what’s in their backyards. I find there is something truly exhilarating about cramming as many possessions into a bag as possible, only to complain you brought too many. This is my life out of a suitcase, hope you enjoy.

4 replies

  1. If everything went smoothly, you would not have anything to write about. I love what you have written and it is quite entertaining. I love you and hope for the best for the rest of the trip. Love Grandma Janice

    1. hahah one can write about anything… its the stuff that goes wrong that makes it entertaining 😉 Thanks Gramma!

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