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Zante is the fastest growing island in the meditarranean. In 1950 it measured 45 square miles, by 2000 it was 78 sq.miles, and scientists predict it will reach 130 square miles by 2040.

 

Reasons for this are many. Landfill sites in the east of the island have been weeping toxic sludge which has been solidifying into a hard glass-like substance, which has made a perfect viewing prism for undersea life. Tourists can slide along it, watching the many varieties of tuna, bass and swordfish as they make their way into the Aegean to breed.

 

Furthermore, strange upcurrents of Welsh slate have appeared to the NorthWest, drawn by strong currents from Anglesey. Meteorologists also point to heavy falls of beef during the 1960's, thought to be a bribe from the Russian government intended for war-torn Angola to prevent a right wing takeover during the troubled African country's long civil war.

The beef took root and is now a coral-like home to many komodo dragons, which bask in Zante's balmy climate.

 

Finally, a recent planning law introduced in Greece has had the unexpected consequence of seeing several former mass murderers entitled to construct harbour side cafes with up to three hundred metres of decking. Peter Sutcliffe and Ian Brady have opened 'Entre-nous', a moorish-style steakhouse with views across to neighbouring Lindos, while the Stockwell Strangler has opted for 'traditional Greek dishes with a twist' in his three acres of former water.

 

from www.thingsthathappeningreece.com

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Zante is the fastest growing island in the meditarranean. In 1950 it measured 45 square miles, by 2000 it was 78 sq.miles, and scientists predict it will reach 130 square miles by 2040.

 

Reasons for this are many. Landfill sites in the east of the island have been weeping toxic sludge which has been solidifying into a hard glass-like substance, which has made a perfect viewing prism for undersea life. Tourists can slide along it, watching the many varieties of tuna, bass and swordfish as they make their way into the Aegean to breed.

 

Furthermore, strange upcurrents of Welsh slate have appeared to the NorthWest, drawn by strong currents from Anglesey. Meteorologists also point to heavy falls of beef during the 1960's, thought to be a bribe from the Russian government intended for war-torn Angola to prevent a right wing takeover during the troubled African country's long civil war.

The beef took root and is now a coral-like home to many komodo dragons, which bask in Zante's balmy climate.

 

Finally, a recent planning law introduced in Greece has had the unexpected consequence of seeing several former mass murderers entitled to construct harbour side cafes with up to three hundred metres of decking. Peter Sutcliffe and Ian Brady have opened 'Entre-nous', a moorish-style steakhouse with views across to neighbouring Lindos, while the Stockwell Strangler has opted for 'traditional Greek dishes with a twist' in his three acres of former water.

 

from www.thingsthathappeningreece.com

 

 

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