Forgot the beaches!

And the beaches were just out of this world.

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And an awful lot of wildlife and some really crazy birds that looked and acted like starlings but with amazing makeup. This is just a seagul:

Not sure what sort of seagull. Must look in the. Book.
Not sure what sort of seagull. Must look in the book.

Thanks to David Keay we now know it’s a red-billed gull.
TTFN M & M

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Malcolm and Mary

Malcolm worked for LWT. Mary worked for TRL. They live near Camberley in Surrey and did achieve their life long ambition to visit New Zealand. They have two daughters Laura and Hannah and two grandchildren Zach & Safi. Having done the big trip they then went to Canada, which was amazing. Scroll down it’s all here. They have visited Venice that they both so fell in love with in 2009 again. And recently returned to Lefkada for one week in glorious sunshine. Where next? Well, Canada is calling again in 2019; this time including Alaska. So stay tuned if you enjoy the ups and downs of travelling.

5 thoughts on “Forgot the beaches!”

    1. Thanks David saved me hunting through the book. The number of birds here seems beyond comprehension. Beautiful vivid green creatures fly away from the trees as the car approaches. Mary said to the guest house guy,”that birds call sounds like a parrot.” And his reply of course,”Yes, that’s because it is a parrot.”
      Good luck with the Gibbons Jackie! !

      1. You’re making us green (and cold..) with envy!
        Jackie did a storming job with the Gibbons too!
        Have fun M&M,
        Pete

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