A to Z of Postcards – K is for Kefalonia

In the first half of 2000 work was getting onerous and less enjoyable and I was beginning to lose my enthusiasm for working for a company (Onyx UK) that was financed by public taxes but was providing an ever deteriorating level of service.  I had a new boss who I didn’t get on with and I needed a holiday so at the beginning of June I went to the Ionian island of Kefalonia with mum and dad and son Jonathan.

As it happened it turned out to be the last time that I went away with dad because he became too ill to travel soon after that.

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12 responses to “A to Z of Postcards – K is for Kefalonia

  1. The story about your Dad and the ring made me realise where you get your thriftiness from, Andrew. Memories, hey?

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  2. Some great images, and I was amused by the ring story!

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  3. We had a spontaneous week in Kefalonia in 2003 memorable for being delayed for 2 hours at Birmingham airport because the pilot wasn’t happy and they decided eventually to change a wheel. Meanwhile all passengers had to stay on board in a very stuffy plane. Fiskardo was a favourite of ours, but we stayed in the far south in a very small hotel a short walk to Kato Katelios.

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  4. Pingback: A to Z of Postcards – K is for Kefalonia — Have Bag, Will Travel | Tourism Sights Europe

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