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Offline Maik

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04/09/21
« on: Saturday, 04 September, 2021 @ 00:45:02 »
One new case of coronavirus confirmed on Kefalonia yesterday by EODY.

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Re: 04/09/21
« Reply #1 on: Saturday, 04 September, 2021 @ 00:47:00 »
Thunderstorm looks pretty certain over Kef on Sunday, a little rain still blowing around on Monday and then a mixture of sun / sun & cloud for the rest of the week.

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Re: 04/09/21
« Reply #2 on: Saturday, 04 September, 2021 @ 10:14:59 »
A word of warning. We arrived yesterday. Friday at 12 o clock. The passport control took one and half hours t o get throug! It was chaotic and a bloody disgrace! The queues stretched out near the runway. Very badly organised. Rant over.

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Re: 04/09/21
« Reply #3 on: Saturday, 04 September, 2021 @ 15:32:40 »
Sorry to hear that, expat. Could be... interesting ... to see what happens tomorrow. Will people have to queue outside during a thunderstorm?

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Re: 04/09/21
« Reply #4 on: Saturday, 04 September, 2021 @ 15:34:24 »
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Livingston police called to reports of terrified screaming after woman finds spider in her bed
A woman screamed so loud when she found a spider in her bed that horrified neighbours phoned the police

Officers rushed to the aid of Hollie Hunter on Monday evening, arriving outside her Livingston home in two police vans at just after 10:20pm.

The startled 30-year-old was forced to explain the bizarre situation, before enlisting the officers’ help to find and detain her eight-legged assailant.

“I’d just spent 40 minutes trying to get rid of a moth,” Hollie told the Evening News, “to then come back into my bedroom and find a massive spider at the bottom of my bed!
https://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/news/people/livingston-police-called-to-reports-of-terrified-screaming-after-woman-finds-spider-in-her-bed-3369473

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Re: 04/09/21
« Reply #5 on: Saturday, 04 September, 2021 @ 15:41:47 »
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Lessons from a small island
https://www.ftadviser.com/opinion/2021/09/03/lessons-from-a-small-island/?page=1

The small island being Kefalonia

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Re: 04/09/21
« Reply #6 on: Saturday, 04 September, 2021 @ 15:44:40 »
Chance of a thunderstorm tomorrow has decreased slightly - but only from 97% chance to 92%. And it could start during the night or late this evening.

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Re: 04/09/21
« Reply #7 on: Saturday, 04 September, 2021 @ 15:46:41 »
A word of warning. We arrived yesterday. Friday at 12 o clock. The passport control took one and half hours t o get throug! It was chaotic and a bloody disgrace! The queues stretched out near the runway. Very badly organised. Rant over.

We’re coming out in a couple of weeks will be landing at about 7:30pm so hopefully it will be a little quieter and quicker at that time in the evening

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Re: 04/09/21
« Reply #8 on: Saturday, 04 September, 2021 @ 16:09:52 »
The problem we had was caused by three flights arriving at the same time. We had to stack and fly around incircles before we could land. So hopefully you should be ok. It is simply so nice to be here! Good luck.

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Re: 04/09/21
« Reply #9 on: Sunday, 05 September, 2021 @ 05:59:25 »
Yep, there was EasyJet, Jet 2 and another. After circling EJ landed first and the passengers on that one came through entry, passports, luggage etc. in normal time.