San Lorenzo Village
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... on his crutches as he felt one of the screws inside his knee had worked it's way loose. He stayed in the car for the ferry trip. We arrived at Sami in Kefallonia and headed straight to the hospital. We were all a bit worried that the doc would have to open his leg back up! We were really thrilled to find Andy smiling and much happier after the doctor had seen him. The screw had worked it's way out so they took it out!! Apparently with minimal fuss through a small incision. ...
This morning after a leisurely breakfast. Marky and I borrowed Marco's car and headed off to Vathi. Marky was wanting to check on our Greek wedding paper work! As it turned out our marriage certificate is perfectly legal in Greece- however in Australia it would need the Greek Apostille stamp!!!! So we have sent it off to the powers that be and asked Andy's solicitor Alexandro's to post ...
... my great grandfathers grave. It felt kind of weird to know he was buried where he'd always lived on this island and I'd never met him. I did feel connected- it felt special. Marky and I then went to the beach. We met some lovely Brits, Claire and Tim and had lunch with them. A Greek man who knew we had a Greek connection to the local village, shouted us a bottle if Ouzo!! Marky and Tim loved it. Three glasses of that stuff ...
... Immortality comes in second place to that. That puts things into perspective. Sometimes life is a long slog that you have to muscle through, sometimes it is exciting, sometimes it is painfully sad, sometimes it is rewarding, hopefully it is interesting. You may encounter metaphorical monsters, you may have to use all your cleverness to figure your way through and I bet you may often find yourself between Scylla and Charybdis (a rock and a hard place). You may ...
... was in a lot of pain. Marco had had to run him to the hospital. The doctor thought he needed antibiotics as the knee was inflamed. He may have twisted it somehow - we'll know more after his x-Ray on Tuesday. We went down to the village for tea- Marky had moussaka and I had lamb off the spit. Very yummy. We went back and spent some time with Andy. The antibiotics must be kicking in As he was dozing. Hopefully he will be feeling a bit better ...