Corfu - Palaiokastritsa live camCorfu, nice view over Palaiokastritsa Beach

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    • 11 hours ago
    • Capture Sam

    *rolls eyes*

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    • 2 days ago
    • Patti

    Sharsy, Whynn, Hello, and Thanks for reporting, I find it fun too, I've only seen whyn whynn, ducks, sisnes, to pedal, and cars I had not seen, then it's fun :))).
    I saw the car very early in the morning and it seemed strange to me because I was alone on the shore of the beach, and the day was somewhat foggy, and some people approached and looked at it, it seemed a mysterious landscape, I thought the waves had taken there and then just as it was in the water, someone pushed him.
    This beach is beautiful, lucky those who can enjoy it.

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    • 2 days ago
    • Gwynn H

    Patti, that is funny! I hadn't seen it on here before! We have some on our small park lake that look like swans. sharsey, thanks for the info and I am jealous of your trip - would love to be here!

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    • 2 days ago
    • sharsy

    Pattie, the car is one of those floating boats, 2 people sit in it and pedal like a bike out in the bay. Its normal, usually, they are just white but they have now got car shaped ones which are nicer looking. Their normal beach side fun things so nothing out of the ordinary and its probably easier to put in the water to pedal to where they keep them as they are pretty heavy out of the water.

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    • 3 days ago
    • Patti

    sharsy Thanks for the information, I uploaded some photos of the car, I hope they upload them in the skyline.
    And why do they throw it into the water? what is the meaning?

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    • 4 days ago
    • sharsy

    That car is a pedalo which they bring out in the summer months. Normally, they are sat in the sea just on the left which is out of shot. Its normal.

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    • 4 days ago
    • Patti

    The other day was huge fish in Corfu, but now if you have time check the time lapse, and is that yesterday morning, there was a small car in the sand, just as it arrived, it went on the waves of the sea. (Take a look in time lapse.) This beach is already two strange things.

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    • 1 week ago
    • sharsy

    We are in Palaio in 4 weeks and can't wait! We go twice a year and can't think of anywhere better to be! Yay!

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Patti

    Yes Bosnyak!... I caught the Big fat fish!! Jejejeje :)))

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Capture Sam

    Like Vanja said, 'seaweed'.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • bosika

    You are lucky Patti that you caught the big fish. Very scary sight. I vow to I'm not swimming this year anymore in this bay. ;)
    07/05/18 17.31

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Patti

    Stevens, Ann, and Vanja, I uploaded the photos to Skyline, I hope they publish them, and I could never tell what kind of big fish it was, but of what I'm sure, it was not a seaweed, well, I do not know if the time lapse you got to see Vanja, because you can tell it was something big, but anyway, I'm betting it was dolphin or dolphin, I give credit to Stevens, or people who know the place, after all it's a beautiful beach and I see that many people enjoy quietly there. Ann s.i you saw the time lapse for what I understand.
    Enjoy a beautiful day all!

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Vanja

    Uhh, the time-lapse goes so fast...in one moment it looked to me as it was really something big, but at the very end it actually looked to me like a sea weed being carried by a current :) there was a bad weather that day. Anyway, I believe you really saw something, in real time, but there are no sharks especially not that big over there (for that I know from the Greek friends). Dolphins on the other hand - yes!!

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • steven baumanis

    hi patti only a brief instant .could make out the shape of a dolphin (almost beached) but the trails of bubbles are often used by dolfins & whales .to confuse/corner whatever they are preying on. a privelage to see. wish i had seen real time. steve