A to Z - Photographs of Arillas and Corfu

Started by TerryW, August 08, 2007, 01:15:09 PM

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K for Kapodistrias International Airport - the view from the plane.

This is when the excitement really kicks in


L for Looking back at plane as you enter Arrivals and get your passport ready - the excitement increases even more


M for Marina Hotel with new top floor and lift, as viewed from Horizon Hotel



Nice ones Terry! BTW the dog is Charley - a bit of a laid back local personality, and adorable.



You are sooo right Terry... looking at your airport photos and seeing the haziness from
the heat made me go all wobbly inside... really exciting to get off that plane and feel the heat, all the familiar smells of Corfu.... my sunglasses come out, cardi off and I am away!

Only 6 weeks to go now!
If you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain.


I second that Blonde Girl!
Your pictures really capture that first sensation of getting off the plane & overwhelming excitement of being back in Corfu - especially the one leading up to the Arival hall - by that point I'm busrting to get through!
It's funny that a few simple photgraphs can be so evocative - thank you Terry for sharing with us - they are really very good indeed.


Quote from: justphil on July 22, 2008, 01:38:22 PM
BTW the dog is Charley - a bit of a laid back local personality, and adorable.

Indeed! Charly got many a scratch behind the ears from Heidi and I due to us spending a lot of time in Thalassa :)

Thank you Terry!
Life is good ;)


Brilliant pictures Terry. I always forget to take some when i am at the airport.



Charly is indeed a lovely dog. He was found in a box, left in the road. He`s a happy chappie though, and bumbles along. He can be seen late afternoon, gathering all his friends, and then mooching about.


O for Out at Sea

I love the blue sea and sky on this pic


P for Photo from the Pool

Photo taken whilst in the pool at the Horizon


Q for Quafing and Eating at Lunchtime

We only had lunch on three days but although it was very British, the Magners, the delicious home made burgers, and the Arillas chips were worth having. Makes me feel hungry even now!


Oh Terry! You just got my stomach rumbling.....
Life is good ;)


Those chips look delicious! Is it lunch time yet. ;)