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barton - Answered a Question by Johnson (20 Jan 08 09:01)

No your travel agent is wrong there are all age groups on Ocean village from young to well past retirement age. You will have a great time i am about to go back for the 10th time. I did this itinery last september all ports are within walking distance to shops,beaches etc and taxis are very cheap if you want to go out further. You will both have a great time.

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Eyley - Answered a Question by Johnson (20 Jan 08 10:54)

My wife & I did the greek islands last August and having been on O.V.9 times before thought that the Greek islands cruise was very good compares very well with the Carribean. The only walking there is, is from the port terminal to the ship in Crete about 200yards. the rest is up to you.You walk when you want to.I am over 70 Have difficulty walking but really enjoy the cruises. Go and ENJOY.

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Walker - Answered a Question by Johnson (21 Jan 08 18:57)

Go for it. OV attracts ALL ages. We did the Olives and Ouzo cruise in May 2007 (during the school holidays). There were loads of people in their 60s and 70s who had cruised several times with OV. Mykonos is a long way and isn't a nice walk from the port to the town. Limassol is too far to walk but there is a courtesy bus or public transport bus. We really enjoyed our cruise and I'm sure you will to.

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Johnson - Answered a Question by Johnson (22 Jan 08 21:41)

Thank you all for the feedback - all very informative and helpful. We have booked our Olives and Ouzo trip on Ocean Village today and cannot wait for May to arrive.

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