Kamini prides itself in the tranquillity and timeless factor by not having succumbed to touristy trinket shops of any water, but we do sport four fine quiet dining establishments, and on our outskirts the suave ex-baby-beach Castello wine ‘n dine.
Guilty, remiss and not fair. The Comet has shared too many Koydelania captivating sunsets, and more than a few of Theo’s quirky Pirofani antics, but we have neglected the two other fine dining venues in our village. Christina’s taverna, slap bang in the middle of the valley is about as traditional as one will find anywhere in Greece. Friendly family run, generations worth of serving the local community. Always a good tip, where one sees the local inmates, one is guaranteed good value and grand nosh.
Also we have the quaint and secluded snack and drink joint of Stefanos, another native of our valley, with just about all local cuisine made to order. A favourite brunch spot for those who discover it.
No other news to report so far this summer, no arson attempts, murders, heists, kidnappings, although it was rumoured that a tourist lost a mobile phone and suspected maybe it was pilfered.
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