Corfu has a place that is very special to Mousekind and this was the main reason for Mouse choosing it as his holiday destination. Near the island's airport is a place called Mouse Island, a very special place indeed. Mouse couldn't wait to pay a visit.
Mouse Island is a small place and although he could see it from the land, beyond the white church, Mouse needed a closer look.
When he had reached the white church, Mouse was relieved to find that he could catch a boat to take him to the Island.
Mouse only had to wait a few minutes until the boat arrived and he was soon on his way. He was a very excited little Mouse!
Mouse Island is only a small place and the ony building is a very old church.
He even got to go inside it.
Even the cactus plants on the Island have Mouse ears!!
It was really hot so while he was waiting for the boat to come back, Mouse took a rest in the shade of the old church.
Mouse heard the boat approaching and rushed down to the sea to make sure he didn't miss it. Once he was back on the main Island of Corfu he thanked the boat driver and headed back to his hotel for a rest after a busy day.
Mouse just had time to buy a souvenir of his visit so he couldn't resist having another look at it back at the hotel.
Mouse also visited many other places while he was in Corfu.
He went to a fishing village called Kasseopi
He saw the old fortress at Corfu Town
He travelled in the mountains and visited a place called Strinilas which had a great Olive Wood workshop and an even better Taverna.
The bread with tomato and Feta cheese was awesome!
There were some wonderful views in the mountains but this was Mouse's favourite view, looking down over Paleokastritsa.
Mouse's favourite place on his holiday was Mouse Island of course, but Cape Drastis came a very close second. He simply loved clambering around the dramatic cliffs to find the perfect spot for sunbathing.
Unfortunately, the end of the holiday soon came along and Mouse was very sad to be leaving such a wonderful place.
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