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09 Oct

by Joanna Booth TravelWeekly

Help new parents find holiday heaven with advice from Joanna Booth.
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“Ooh, haven’t you grown?” Being on the receiving end of this comment with baffling regularity as a child, I vowed never to make it myself.

But then people I knew started to have kids, and I was struck with the terrifying pace at which they change.
This factor can make booking holidays with children that much more challenging. A child of six is a very different beast from a six-month-old, and the two have very different needs.
The world isn’t short of hotels with kids’ clubs offering elaborate activities, cuddly characters that make the rounds at breakfast, and labyrinthine water slides. Yet all this is of only passing interest to the parents of a six-month-old, who really want to know how they’re going to sterilise a bottle, whether they’ll be able to find a properly vetted babysitter and if their room has a decent balcony so they can enjoy a well-deserved sunbathe during naptime.
Finding hotels that suit the needs of parents travelling with babies may be trickier than for older families, but there’s good news too: for once, you’re not corralled into the hellish confines – and higher prices – of school holidays.

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08 Oct

One of the short stories in Facets of Love is also set in Corfu.
When Sofia falls in love, a mourning spirit begins to haunt her…

The new free ebook from Effrosyni Moschoudi, is here...

CORFU, GREECE, 1987
On a long holiday with her grandparents, Sofia Aspioti meets Danny Markson, a charming flirt who makes her laugh. Although she tries to keep him at arm’s length, worried that village gossip will get back to her strict family, she falls desperately in love. That’s when strange dreams about Brighton’s West Pier and a woman dressed in black begin to haunt her. Who is this grieving woman? And how is her lament related to Sofia’s feelings for Danny?

BRIGHTON, ENGLAND, 1937
Dreaming of wealth and happiness, Laura Mayfield arrives in Brighton to pursue a new life. She falls for Christian Searle, a happy-go-lucky stagehand at the West Pier theatre, but when she’s offered a chance to perform there, her love for him is put to the test. Charles Willard, a wealthy aristocrat, is fascinated by her and pursues her relentlessly. Will Laura choose love…or money?

The Lady of the Pier trilogy has two timelines that begin to merge in The Flow and finally become one story in The Storm. Although The Ebb creates a strong premise for the rest of the series it has a satisfactory ending and can be an enjoyable standalone read.

Praise for The Ebb:
“You will find yourself engrossed, happy, sad and intrigued before the book’s end . . . you will also find yourself calling your friends and recommending this book to all of them!” - Kelly Smith Reviews
“Beautifully written . . . The book contains beautiful descriptive writing and I couldn’t put it down.” -L. Mullarkey, Amazon reviewer
“Be warned, it is really difficult to put the book down. I was awake at three a.m. this morning and started the second book in the trilogy.” -Helen Johnson Brumbaugh, Amazon reviewer

Author: Effrosyni Moschoudi
Series: The Lady of the Pier, Book 1
Genres: Historical, Paranormal, Romance, Women's Fiction
Publication Year: 2014
ASIN: B00LGNYEPC
ISBN: 1540409449

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About Effrosyni
Effrosyni Moschoudi was born and raised in Athens, Greece. As a child, she loved to sit alone in her garden scribbling rhymes about flowers, butterflies and ants. Today, she writes novels for people who love all things Greek. Her debut novel, The Necklace of Goddess Athena, has won a silver medal in the 2017 book awards of Readers’ Favorite. Her historical romance, The Ebb, is an ABNA Q-Finalist. Effrosyni’s novels are Amazon bestsellers, having hit #1 several times, and are available in kindle and paperback format. The paperbacks can be ordered on Amazon, at any bookstore or library.
Effrosyni lives in a quaint seaside town near Athens with her husband Andy and a naughty cat called Felix, but her mind forever drifts to her beloved island of Corfu. christina opran

08 Oct

Novel Encounters, a festival celebrating Greek and Irish fiction, is being hosted by the Durrell Library of Corfu in association with the Ionian University's Department of Foreign Languages, Translation and Interpreting from October 18-20.

The festival will present four Irish novelists and four Greek novelists in readings from their work and presentations on the theme “Writing and Identity.”

They are Christos Chryssopoulos, Katy Hayes, Panos Karnezis, Deirdre Madden, Mia Gallagher, Sophia Nikolaidou, Paraic O'Donnell and Ersi Sotiropoulos. The festival will also include a full academic program on Greek and Irish drama and on translation of Corfiot writers.

For details, visit durrelllibrarycorfu.org. Admission to all events is free, but as places are limited, early reservations are advisable, by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

04 Oct

They have chosen Corfu for holidays for many years and decades, and have been awarded for it. The reason for 15 tourists awarded in the afternoon of Sunday 1/10 at the "Reccuring Tourists Award Ceremony" held at the Chamber of Corfu.

The ceremony was organized by the Chamber of Corfu, the Federation of Tourist Entrepreneurs and the Association of Hoteliers and thus showed their gratitude and the hospitality of the island to those who give confidence in Corfu.

„It is the great estate of Corfu tourism and is the tangible result of the traditional Corfiot hospitality. These recurring tourists have made Corfu their home during their summer holidays or else, their second home. So, we want to symbolically honor them with this move and thank them for being the best ambassadors of Corfu tourism abroad. They represent the live advertisement of Corfu in their homeland. This action, which begins now, we believe and hope, with the support of all actors, shall be established on an annual basis and become an institution. It is the least we can do for those people who have contributed most to the development, support and promotion of Corfu tourism internationally in the best way”, as the Chamber mentioned.

01 Oct

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Flights from Budapest to CORFU just for €45 both ways. Find the cheapest flights from Budapest, Hungary to Corfu and book your ticket at the best price! Tickets will cost only from €45 return.

Corfu is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea. It is the second largest of the Ionian Islands, and, including its small satellite islands, forms the edge of the northwestern frontier of Greece. The island is part of the Corfu regional unit and is administered as a single municipality. The municipality includes the island Corfu and the smaller islands Ereikoussa, Mathraki and Othonoi. The principal city of the island and seat of the municipality (pop. 32,095) is also named Corfu. Corfu is home to the Ionian University.

Route:
Budapest – Corfu – Budapest

Travel period:
October – November 2017

Travel dates:
19 – 26 Oct & 26 Oct – 3 Nov

Where to book?
Visit Momondo

LIVE Corfu Airport: Departures & Arrivals

29 Sep

By Celia Thomas The Mail On Sunday

We’ve been to Corfu twice and had good family holidays. If this sounds as if I’m damning it with faint praise then I probably am. Both holidays were in the north-east part of the island near the town of Nissaki.

I love watching the TV series The Durrells, with its sunbaked, gently rolling countryside and the beautiful seascapes. But hardly any of what I’ve seen of Corfu on screen has looked like any part of Corfu that I’ve ever visited.

That’s not to say the north-east part of Corfu isn’t picturesque: there are lots of quiet, wooded bays with lovely views over to the mainland. We had self-catering places on our two previous trips, which meant we had to drive up the east coast, both times in the dark, which isn’t the best start to any holiday (locals certainly didn’t appreciate me knocking on their door at midnight in search of directions).

This time, however, we booked an inclusive hotel package. When you want a relaxing holiday, you need someone else to do the hard work: you need to be driven to your accommodation and then, after check-in, wander down to the restaurant for a wonderful dinner followed by a moonlit walk on the beach while sweet music wafts into the night (and drowns out the sound of someone else doing the washing-up).

As we gazed up into a black sky lit with a million stars, I was infused with a sense of wellbeing. This was more like The Durrells, I thought. Our hotel – the excellent Athina – was in the north-west of Corfu, opposite the area we’d stayed on our previous two trips.

The west and the east of Corfu are quite different: the area around Agios Stefanos, where we were staying, felt more spacious. And best of all, being on the west side we had some corking sunsets to study over our evening gin and tonics.

When you hear the words ‘package holiday hotel’ your expectations are of tower-block properties, not the Athina which vastly exceeded our hopes. It’s small – just 17 rooms – and is rated by our travel agents Manos as one of their best-value hotels in Corfu.

There was a great beach, an excellent pool and good food (we were on half-board, which I would strongly recommend).

If you have children, there are lots of activities happening and the hotel can arrange babysitting. What impressed me were the thoughtful extras: free internet, for example, and our hotel room had a fridge where we could stow drinks and snacks (it can be a long time between lunch and dinner).

But better almost than all the facilities and the extras were the hotel’s staff. Nothing was too much trouble. After a few days on the beach we decided we were ready for some light sightseeing.

Manos offers an eclectic range of excursions. We were invited to ‘roam around Mount Pantocrator on a Jeep safari’ and discover the traditional villages tucked between its slopes. Apparently there are magnificent 360-degree views of the whole of Corfu. I was tempted but my other half thought it might be a little too energetic.

Instead we signed up for a day tour, which allowed us to breeze around the island drinking in the highlights. We saw Corfu Town’s Venetian Old Fortress with its maze of tunnels, bridges and secret passage.
My highlight was visiting Mon Repos Palace in Kanoni, which has two claims to fame.

It is Prince Philip’s birthplace but, if it looks very familiar, this is because it was used in The Durrells as the home of Leslie Caron’s mischievous Countess Mavrodaki.

Younger fellow guests were keen for us to visit Corfu’s legendary nightlife on Kavos’s long strip of clubs and bars. The brochure invited us to ‘dance the night away at a buzzing UV-paint glow party’; the problem is that we have to be in bed by 9pm – by which time I imagine the UV-paint hasn’t even started to glow.

We decided to head to Sidari, lured by the promise of karaoke, bingo, quizzes and films on outdoor screens concluding with a traditional Greek feast with plenty of plate-smashing (a convenient way of avoiding the washing-up).
Our trip to Corfu was a stunning success. It just goes to show that there are more sides to a destination than you might experience on previous holidays. One thing we learnt was that it pays to trust an expert. Manos has been offering holidays to Greece for decades and comes up with some amazing deals.

We’ve already decided that next year we’ll try Manos again and choose another Greek destination. We like the look of Mykonos. My neighbour assures me that is a favourite of the Kardashians. Are they like the Durrells, I asked? Um, not quite, she replied.

29 Sep

 

By Anastasia Miari - Independent

Abandoned by its people in the Sixties, the town offers visitors to the Greek island something completely different

“The total population of the village? Two. There’ve always been two permanent residents living in Old Perithia at any one time,” says Mark Hendriksen, British owner of The Merchant’s House guesthouse at the foot of Corfu’s tallest peak, Mount Pantokrator. Corfu might be one of Greece’s best-known islands, but abandoned by its people in the 1960s, Old Perithia is without a doubt this holiday hotspot’s best-kept secret.

Cooler, greener, quieter and arguably cleaner (Mark and his Dutch wife Saskia have a strict no-litter policy) than most villages on the island, this is the ultimate destination for an authentic Greek getaway. With impressive vistas over the Ionian islands and neighbouring Albania, as well as wild-flower meadows humming with bees, it’s definitely enough to lure my travel companions and I up hairpin bends and away from the beach for a couple of days unplugged, offline and in nature

“All the jams and marmalades we use for guests are from the area,” Mark says as we dive into dollops of fig compote and cherry jam on hunks of white bread for breakfast. “I bake the only sourdough on Corfu, I make all the jams and, of course, Vasili gives us the honey.”

Vasili, as we learn later on our tour of the village, is the local bee man, proud owner of seven million of them plus a collection of 90-year-old pastel blue hives that he inherited from his grandfather. He welcomes us in with a kiss on either cheek (a real Greek) and insists on giving us a drink. We settle on iced tea and sip it in the dappled shade of fruit trees. There are bees everywhere.

“My bees are calm. It’s the weather,” Vasili assures, sans bee suit.

The bees dominate the conversation with a steady hum that’s surprisingly meditative. “My family was the last to leave in the 1960s so I have an emotional connection to this place,” says Vasili. “My sons will have it when I am gone.” Thanks to Mark and Saskia’s restoration work on Old Perithia and the subsequent 150 per cent rise in its visitors, Vasili is now able to turn a profit selling honey and plans on returning to the mountain village and his beehives full-time.

The hour-long tour of 130 medieval, hand-built stone houses way above the beaches of Kassiopi is something Mark and Saskia give to all visitors as part of their mission to put the village back on the map. Worthy of its title, Old Perithia existed as a settlement in 700BC and is the oldest village on the island.

“We read about this abandoned ghost village in the mountains in the villa we were staying at, came up here and fell in love with the place,” explains Saskia. With the Archaeological Society, the couple have managed to restore the old Merchant’s House to its former Venetian glory, sourcing bespoke furniture from Crete to give it an authentic 17th century feel. Not only this, but they’re helping others restore their own properties to wake them from a 60-year slumber

As we stop by a fig tree, weighed down with plump, purple fruit ripe for picking, Mark remembers to read out a list he’s written for us of all the fruit and wild herbs he forages for his various jams, preserves and dinners. Figs, cherries, pomegranates, pears, apples, asparagus, fennel and oregano (there are more on the list) grow wild here. It was this very fertile land that made Old Perithia rich 700 years ago. The village’s oak trees were used to build Venetian ships and agriculture was the mainstay of its economy right up until the 1960s. In the end, it was the rise of package holidays that drove residents to move further down the mountain, closer to the cash-toting tourists descending on Corfu’s coastlines.

Buying in 2009 and opening up for business the following year, Mark and Saskia have made restoring the Merchant’s House look easy. They’ve cleared paths, fixed lamps, added street signs and Mark, a London publisher by trade, has written a guidebook to get people back into the village that Corfu forgot.

It’s working. The local church had its first baptism and wedding after a 61 year hiatus this summer, and we’re not the only ones staying at the guesthouse. In fact, high-profile names like the Missoni family – the eponymous fashion empire – have enjoyed the anonymity that this low-key mountain village offers.

Sitting out on the neatly trimmed lawn of the guesthouse, smothering Vasili’s honey onto Mark’s second loaf of sourdough and swilling it down with tarry black coffee brought out by a smiling Saskia, I can see why the Missonis would want to come here. It’s not just the peace and quiet, the verdant backdrop, or the history, that’s so dreamy about Old Perithia. It’s the love that’s being poured back into it.

25 Sep

It is perhaps the most outward-looking action of an enterprise in northwestern Greece. The reason for the Corfu beer and the Corfu Beer Festival as this year meets the Czech Republic from 27th of September to 1st of October in northern Corfu and the Arila region.

This year's event is attended by 5 brewers from Europe and a number of eateries and music bands. See the program at the end

A small group of friends with Vision and Will believed in a dream. So in 2013 the first Corfu Beer Festival took place in Corfu and a dream came true. The Festival is an annual event which has already become a tradition. Its duration is five days and the entrance is free. Each year is organized with the contribution of a foreign country.
In 2013 Bavaria participated in Corfu Meets Bavaria, in 2014 UK participated in Corfu Meets UK, while in 2016 Italy participated in Corfu Meet Italy. It is not just a Beer Festival, it is a cultural and food festival too.

Many events are taking place every day of the festival. Many local producers have the opportunity to present their products and sale them. All guests can taste local cuisine, traditional dishes and buy traditional products. The festival visits overall are about 10,000 people, while 5000 of them enjoyed the festival at least twice in five days. With us are at least 200 volunteers, 350 dancers, 250 musicians, five different breweries, 20 local producers with 180 local products as well as organized several seminars.

From the participating country are involved:
• At least 5 Small - Local Brewery with innovative products.
• At least 30 musical and dance groups mainly with folkloric character.
• At least 20 local producers - traditional products which can be sold.
• 3 kitchens where chefs provide to the visitors the chance of tasting local traditional dishes.
Through entertainment can all have fun, exchange experiences and expertise and blend our cultures and our culture.

To work as a mean to increase the tourism level and the tourism industry in October in Corfu. To be a unique opportunity so new business can start at the island. To demonstrate local entrepreneurship and local production.

This year:

The Bulovky brewery
A rare family brewery concept featuring a cosy small pub with copper brew-kettles. František Richter, the owner, is a brewer and beer guru with many years of experience from Germany.

The brewery Břevnovský klášterní
The oldest monastery in the Czech Republic was founded in 993 AD in Břevnov, Bohemia and at this place the history of Czech Beer had its beginning. The original brewery remained until the 15th century, when it was heavily damaged during the Hussite wars.

The Purkmistr brewery
The building of the original brewery Justiz Purkmistr dates back to 1603 and it is located at the Plzen-Cernice Square, the origin of the famous Pilsner Urquell. In 1999 the building was purchased, with the intent of turning it into a complex which apart from the brewery includes also a hotel / restaurants and sports and relaxation units.

The brewery Hostomice pod Brdy
Since 1407 beer has been brewed in the building, which works still as a brewery today. And, as in the old days, the beer is produced in accordance with the authentic Czech tradition.

WEDNESDAY 27/09/2017
19:00 MUSIC BY DJ
19:30 OPENING CEREMONY OF THE 4th ANNUAL CORFU BEER FESTIVAL
20:00 PRESENTATION OF THE CZECH BREWERS – OPENING OF THE KEGS
20:30 TRADITIONAL DANCING FROM ARILLAS CULTURE CLUB (POLITISTIKI PROTOVOULIA)
21:00 CZECH MUSIC BAND PRDI
21:30 CZECH MUSIC AND DANCING BAND DANAJ FOLK ENSEMBLE
22:00 MUSIC BAND ONIRAMA

THURSDAY 28/09/2017
18:00 9th HELLENIC YOUNG BARTENDER COMPETITION (E.M.E)
20.00 CZECH MUSIC BAND PRDI
20:30 TRADITIONAL DANCING FROM KAROUSADES CULTURE CLUB
21:00 CZECH DANCING AND MUSIC BAND DANAJ FOLK ENSEMBLE
21:30 MUSIC BAND SPLINTER BAND
22.30 MUSIC BAND WALKMAN THE BAND

FRIDAY 29/09/2017
19:00 MUSIC BY DJ
19:30 CZECH MUSIC BAND PRDI
20:00 TRADITIONAL DANCING FROM PAGOI CULTURE CLUB
20:30 CZECH DANCING AND MUSIC BAND DANAJ FOLK ENSEMBLE
21:00 MUSIC BAND MIND THE BAND
22:30 MUSIC BAND ΕΚΕΙΝΟΣ & ΕΚΕΙΝΟΣ

SATURDAY 30/09/2017
19:00 MUSIC BY DJ
19:45 CZECH MUSIC BAND PRDI
20:15 TRADITIONAL DANCING FROM HERCULES DANCING CLUB
20:45 CZECH DANCING AND MUSIC BAND DANAJ FOLK ENSEMBLE
21:15 SζNGER STUART CRAIG ( COYOTE BAND & WOLF WITHIN )
22:30 MUSIC BAND 48 ORES

SUNDAY 01/10/2017
19:00 MUSIC BY DJ
20.00 TRADITIONAL DANCING FROM ARIILAS CULTURE CLUB (POLITISTIKI PROTOVOULIA)
20:30 CZECH DANCING AND MUSIC BAND DANAJ FOLK ENSEMBLE
21:00 ARTISTIC CLUB "ΜΕTRΟΝ" ΜΑΜΑ ΜΙΑ
22:00 MUSIC BAND 48 ORES
CLOSING CEREMONY - ANNOUNCING OF CORFU BEER FESTIVAL 2018

24 Sep

When in September we arranged for a friendly couple from Patras, to host them for a weekend in Acharavi, we knew that our mission would be difficult. Not because they were difficult people... barely... The problem was that they aren’t simple tourists. They are travellers.

Christina had warned me. They don’t make selfies, but they just photograph anything can enrich their knowledge about the local history. The big day has arrived and Lisa with Nektarios reached Acharavi.

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23 Sep

TUI Rep, Greek Islands Summer 2018

Job Reference Number: TDSR00188
Location: Corfu/Parga, Crete, Rhodes, Kos, Zakynthos, Kefallonia, Chalkidiki, Skiathos & Santorini
Country: Greece
Business Area: Destination Services

Joining the TUI Destination Services Team as a Holiday Rep, you will be part of an international team that works hard to deliver amazing holidays. You will be determined to achieve customer service and sales targets. Most of all you will genuinely enjoy finding and talking to all of your guests to help us Create Smiles. Important: This position is locally employed on Greek Terms & Conditions.

What You Will Be Doing
As a Holiday Rep you will be genuine, super-friendly and passionate about what you do. You will work extra hard to become a local expert so you can provide personal recommendations that your guests will not find when looking online. You will resolve all guest questions or complaints straight away and assist with occasional emergencies day or night.

Your TUI iPad is full of tools and great content to help you stand-out from our competitors. It will help you to deliver great service and in addition to presenting a regular TUI Welcome, the content will help you sell to guests on a one-to-one basis.

You may work in one large hotel or be looking after a variety of European guests in several hotels. You may be required to guide excursions, escort coach transfers and provide service at the airport. Responsibilities also include accurate weekly accounting and administration needed for this role.

What We Are Looking For
Applications from people able to work in Crete, Rhodes, Kos, Corfu/Parga, Zakynthos, Kefallonia, Chalkidiki, Skiathos, Santorini & Samos, and be employed locally on Greek Terms & Conditions
A service and people orientated mind-set that will deliver our customer promise Discover your Smile
Previous experience of working in customer service or sales advantageous
A confident and positive personality with the commitment to go beyond to achieve targets
Strong communication and presentation skills
Able to cope with ever-changing tasks and working hours in line with business requirements
Strong verbal & written English - additional European languages advantageous (German, French, Flemish, Dutch, Nordic, Polish)

Working Within TUI Group
TUI Destination Services is part of TUI Group, the world’s number one tourism business operating in 180 countries worldwide. Our 77,000 colleagues work hard to deliver our customer promise ‘Discover your smile’

Help us to Create Smiles and in return you will be rewarded with a competitive salary. You will have the opportunity to learn language skills and build an international career as part of our exciting multi-cultural team.

How To Apply
You will be required to log-in, provide some personal details and answer three simple application questions. Should you be successful with your application you will be required to complete a short Video Interview, the final section of our recruitment process will then be an assessment day.

Apply for this job

 

TUI Airport Service Rep, Greek Islands Summer 2018

Job Reference Number: TDSR00189
Location: Crete, Rhodes, Kos, Corfu/Parga, Zakynthos, Kefallonia, Chalkidiki, Skiathos & Santorini
Country: Greece
Business Area: Destination Services

Joining the TUI Destination Services Airport Team, you will be part of an international team that works hard to deliver amazing holidays. You will genuinely love talking to guests of all nationalities in an exciting but busy airport environment. Important: This position is locally employed on Greek Terms & Conditions.

What You Will Be Doing
As a TUI Airport Service Rep you will be genuine, super-friendly and passionate about what you do. You will provide great customer service to a range of our European guests at the start and end of their holidays.
You will resolve all guest questions or complaints straight away and will step up to support reactive larger scale situations including delays and strike action with a positive and professional attitude. Your ability to handle a variety of situations under pressure will ensure we stand-out from our competitors.
You will support the airport operation with a flexible approach to shift patterns daytime and night. Responsibilities will also include managing airport revenue, accurate paperwork and report completion.

What We Are Looking For
Applications from people able to work in Crete, Rhodes, Kos, Corfu/Parga, Zakynthos, Kefallonia, Chalkidiki, Skiathos, Santorini & Samos, and be employed locally on Greek Terms & Conditions
A service and people orientated mind-set that will deliver our customer promise Discover your Smile
Willing to engage and collaborate with guests and colleagues of varying nationalities
Able to cope under pressure with ever-changing tasks and working hours in line with business requirements
Previous experience of working in customer service
A resilient, professional and positive personality
The highest personal standards and pride in attitudes and behaviours displayed
Strong verbal & written English - additional European languages advantageous (German, French, Flemish, Dutch, Nordic, Polish)

Working Within TUI Group
TUI Destination Services is part of TUI Group, the world’s number one tourism business operating in 180 countries worldwide. Our 77,000 colleagues work hard to deliver our customer promise ‘Discover your smile’

Help us to Create Smiles and in return you will be rewarded with a competitive salary. You will have the opportunity to learn language skills and build an international career as part of our exciting multi-cultural team.

How To Apply
You will be required to log-in, provide some personal details and answer three simple application questions. Should you be successful with your application you will be required to complete a short Video Interview, the final section of our recruitment process will then be an assessment day.

Apply for this job

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