DREAMING IN CORFOU
Located on the Ionian sea, this Magical island gained it’s original name from the Byzantine greek Κορυφώ (Koryphō) meaning crest, a name which originated from the two peaks of Palaio Frourio.
In the mythical sea adventure of Homer's Odyssey, Kerkyra is the home of the Phaeacians and the last destination of Odysseus in his 10-year journey before returning home to Ithaca. Today Kerkyra bears the name Corfou, a land of myths and legends with a historical significance so rich, It dates back to Greek mythology.
Graceful and divine in her Colin Heaney Kaftans, the beautiful Olivia set out to explore the ancient mysteries of the island.
“The rose Dawn might have found them weeping still had not grey-eyed Athena slowed the night when night was most profound, and held the Dawn under the Ocean of the East. That glossy team, Firebright and Daybright, the Dawn's horses that draw her heavenward for men- Athena stayed their harnessing.”
― Homer, The Odyssey
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