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A RIGHT PAIR by Rick Haynes A walk in the cool of the morning is always welcoming, as long as the amount of Raki eagerly sipped the night before hadn’t affected the brain cells too much. At eight am Kalyves beach was empty apart from the rows of sun beds. Each taverna had used different colours for the beds and matching sunshades, and most allowed free access, but woe betide any holiday maker that relaxes on one, and purchases a drink from the enemy next door. Someone had been up very early for the sand had been carefully raked and it looked like one unblemished beige carpet stretching into the distance. I could see the blue and white pennant - certifying the honour of being a blue flag beac

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