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This week concluded my four-piece heritage puzzle. I have now been to every country, and where possible the town / met family from each of my great grandparents.
In order of appearance:
Gran's dad – Vienna, Austria, I met Elisabeth
Grandad Mullins family - Ireland, met family that everyone else has met haha
Grandad Britton's family – Cork, met lots of family, stayed on the farm where my great grandad grew up on
... Off to the Beach, it's about a 10 minute walk past a couple of hotels, taverna's and shops.The Beach is a narrow sandy bay with the Bluest water around a small harbour. There's a row of Taverna's along the front and it's generally a nice quiet area.
Off come shoes and a walk through the edge of the water takes us to a small wooden jetty where we all sit and soak up the sun. Feel So Relaxed ...
... on a hill, we can see it by the lights only.
I think we''re going along the Coast as I'm sure the the different shade of grey we can see is the Sea; which would mean we can see Zakynthos in the distance.
After 40 minutes Julie comes on the PA to say we're nearing Katelios and just around the next bend you will see the Moon over the bay.
WOW - The Moon over the Bay is ...
We woke up and went to the famous cave in Kefalonia called Melissani cave of the nymphs. This cave is 39m deep, 160m long and 40m wide. It is 16,000 - 20,000 years old We went on a little boat and got to go around the cave. It was so cold. The water was all different colours of blue and green. After that we went to an other famous beach for the day called Skala. We stayed and swam there most of the day. We then left at 4pm to catch a ferry and head back to our house in ...
We woke up had breakfast and had to say goodbye to our friends the Oxha's they had to go back to Macedonia. We then left and went to an other famous beach called Antisami. We spent the day there it was a very nice beach. We then came back to relax and swim at the ...