It does and you all know it... Just got back from Rhodes, Greece - no worries about fuel, its 60p a litre. No worries about Medical services, we needed to see a doctor quite urgently, 40 Euros for the Dr. she then immediately made an appointment for us to see a gynaecologist. One taxi ride later to Rhodes town, a CT scan and 240 Euros later, we were back in our room with all the correct medication. Why mention this? Our local £100K a year GP mis-dagnosed the problem. Beer - £1.20 - £2 a pint Food - decent meal - about £12 including beer/ wine. This country really, really takes the **** - you get a government you didnt vote for, you pay through the nose for everything, you pay for services you dont recieve, get taxed beyond a joke and we are expected to be lovverly about it all. Now Greece has its troubles but they're nothing compared to what I came back to. They speak better English for one thing, trying to explain that I want a feckin Cornish bleedin' pastie at Kings Cross station was a nightmare... A taxi from the station to my village, £10... a coffe and pastie for two, £10 quid... AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!