The ladies lived in a small town called Gouvia. The hotel's
name was Govina Bay and consists of some small houses, each with four
apartments. They arrived late in the dark night, and got a real
surprise when they woke up and could take a look at the wonderful
They thought it was really far to the beach, almost 20 meters,
and found it a hard days work to get into the water.
The beach bar delivered some standard, Greek courses, enough
to cover our beautiful ladies' need for nourishment on a hot summer day.
Not only was the area good looking, but was totally missing
traffic and therefore a quiet place to have a holiday.
From nearby you can take buses to almost anywhere on Corfu
island. But cabs are always a cheap and good choice in Greece.