Greece holds a special place in my heart.

Not only have I been fortunate enough to have been travelling there since I was three years old (thanks parents), I’ve begun to appreciate it fully in my adult life. Yes the islands attract a lot of tourism and yes, there are all-inclusive hotels aplenty. But even on the more popular islands that I have been to, you can find traditional tranquility and friendliness in abundance.

Corfu is no exception and one of the islands I barely remember, as I was so young when I first visited.

Kerkyra (Corfu) is related to two powerful water symbols: Poseidon, god of the sea, and Asopos, an important Greek mainland river

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