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... went by in a flash. We drove down to Finikounda, a seaside village which has expanded to meet the needs of the tourists and which has two lovely beaches and a very small harbour. We also visited Koroni, a picturesque town overlooked by a castle and with a working harbour. It was only ten minutes away by car so we went there a few times to enjoy the cheese pies at the cafe along the seafront!
Methoni was also well worth a visit. It was fortified by the Venetians and ...
... for a few years yet.
James organised a games tournament one afternoon, sticks , Chinese chequers,ludo, scabby queen and snakes and ladders, all had fun and James won- relief for us all, was taking it quite seriously.
I’ve also got David Attenborough fatigue! James loves the 'life on Earth ‘ definitely covered the animal kingdom this trip.
Wi –fi has been useless , always frustrating, but we got lots of teaching done.
We thought ...
... I now arrange the shattered pieces around the trees to keep the heat off the soil and make a mental note that I need another table.
We discuss work that will be done later - the bamboo is out of hand now and must be removed, not just cut.
I leave, grateful and satisfied. Tomorrow I must start my journey back to the UK, and back to the photos and the plans.
... council has decided to give in to the forces of nature?
Of course the erosian is not new. look out to see from one of the hills and you will see remnants of past shorelines under the clear water.
Without even a low concrete wall, to help prevent flooding, the beach has now reached the road and the photos show how the pebbles have been thrown across the ...
... Ok!! Enough about toilets and I tell the girls not to "potty talk".
As we were walking around the village our time was limited because it was so hot. The temperature on the car read 42 degrees and I cant imagine what the humidex is on top of 42?? Will drove us safely out of the village which was scary because there was a car coming down the single lane which is a one way up the hill. Not so much fun having to stop and go on a hill with a standard. Once ...