Back to enjoying the gorgeous scenery of Kefalonia from way back in 2019 . . . here’s the view down to Myrtos Beach.
It’s a long way down to the incredibly choppy beach where the man loses his prescription sunglasses – and sight!!
Check out the vivid blue of the very rough sea behind me . . far too choppy to swim in – unless you’re my fool of a husband that is!
This crappy quality footage gives you a little taste . . .
Below is the aftermath of the loss of the sunglasses – and having to drive back nearly blind . . .
Our next stop is the town of Argostoli which has been the capital and administrative centre of Kefalonia since 1757.
It’s getting a bit overcast and rain is threatening, but we still have time for a quick potter around.
Lots of colourful souvenirs and architecture to happily snap away at.
The De Bosset Bridge (formerly Drapano Bridge) is a stone bridge built in 1813 over the bay of Argostoli. At 689.9 meters, it is the longest stone bridge over the sea in the world.