Peter Stoneley's humour prevails as he recalls 30 years of struggle against: Greek law, when their purchase of Corfu olive-trees was declared illegal; Greek customs, when they drove an English car; Greek government, which wanted to demolish their house; Greek weather which undid their work; and Greek wildlife, which thought they owned the place anyway.
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Published May 16, 2006
by BookSurge Publishing.