The height of the season and it’s all happening in our quite village. Even the Paparazzi couldn’t catch these guys.
We took this from Mavro Maties taverna, (the large yellow and red landmark structure in Kamini harbour), closed some decades now. Could not imagine the changes to come in our little village. Always tranquil, beautiful and has remained unspoiled over the years despite global progress and expansion. Old Photo courtesy Kay Knights.
Or should we say builds a stage. An attractive addition to our valley, creative masons expanded the stone rain channel to include an outdoor theatre. Very nicely done, we don’t know who or what is going to be starring in our new amphitheate, but we will post events as soon as we know.
KC wishes all and sundry a healthy happy 2017
Not so long ago, the island erected road signs designed to stop visitors from getting lost or confused. I was particularly pleased with the one in Kamini Harbour. Being Irish and all, it seemed normal; some newcomers however still ask me directions while staring with quizzical looks at the posted directions.