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... spinach. They must've had a different Chef in as the food was even better than usual. The lamb especially was cooked to perfection. To avoid any dramatic outbursts, we refrained from drinking (too much) and had an early night, in preparation for my early flight.
It has been a truly amazing trip and I'm so glad that my parents decided to buy our family home here in Corfu. I imagine I will be spending of lot of time here and i can't wait to return.
... it's nice to mix it up occasionally. By the time we left at 11, the rest of Corfu had decided it was time for dinner. Not sure I could be a chef here, you'd never sleep. Not at night anyway.
It's our last day in corfu tomorrow.
Gun shot update : No sounds coming from dowstairs apartment anymore. Still silent. Been asking my myself, who really is Kaizer Soze ? Oops. I meant Michael Kaiser. Must be getting tired.
... time we'd all met up we were all in the need of a siesta.
We returned to place that cannot be named, (actually its called Mpakalogatos) and again opted for the pork knuckle and red peppers, but this time we also had the appropriately named 'drunkards mezze'. The food was excellent again, and the place was packed out. We left around 1am, and stumbled back home, full and just a little bit tipsy.
The weather on this morning was the worst we've had so far. The sky was solid grey and threatening to break into rain at any moment. Reluctantly we left the apartment and searched for a caffeine breakfast. Its lucky we did, as today was Palm Sunday. In Corfu Town it is celebrated with a procession of marching bands. In better weather conditions they also take the mummified remains of St. Spiridon around the town. Today it was ...
... again towards home. Fortunately, we didnt get lost this time.
At 9, after a restorative siesta, we set off towards a restaurant in the Jewish quarter. On the way we passed a lane of Tavernas packed out with locals. The restaurant we had wanted to visit was open, but entirely empty. Not liking the vibe, we doubled back to one of the tavernas we'd passed. This was a wise choice. Its name was unpronounceable and inside it was retro styled. ...