A Flat-Pack in Greece
Escaping a failed marriage, Eva Goldsworthy emigrated to Greece and soothed the pain by visiting the ancient sites of Delphi, the Parthenon, Epidavros, Mycenai, the sites she'd read about as a child, kindling a love for Greece that stayed with her throughout the subsequent decades. Finally she took the plunge and decided to take herself to the warmer climes of Greece to live. Braving the horror stories of na?ve foreigners being fleeced by wily natives, she bought a plot of land and built a house, putting into motion a roller-coaster ride into the abyss.
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