The cruise has a good cross section of clientele. Not just kids on a booze cruise and looking to party all night, nor the silver top brigade cluttering up the gangways with Zimmer frames. Lots of nationalities too, which is also rather pleasant as it adds to the adventure.
Presumably a lot of different vocations and professions on board as well , one of which is a travel reporter, who approached us by chance as we were discussing our disappointment of Kos. You may recall we were not impressed when we last visited as it was closed (Easter weekend) and everywhere was being “refurbished” in readiness of the fast approaching tourist season.
We got to talking (he is currently working on an article for the Telegraph about easyCruise and the Greek islands) and he seemed quite amused by our travel adventure. It also came across that he was not much of a fan of BLiar’s either and thus we got on rather well.
I’d like to think we may be included in his article, so keep an eye on the travel section of the paper and drop us a line if you spot a reference to ktelontour. It may come under the “escaping accountant” but we’ll just have to wait and see.