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Do browse our Roda Links page at RODA LINKS for further information an links to other informative pages that will help you.
The following link gives more information on the PEGASUS HOTEL - RODA. I can find no evidence of tea making equipment in the rooms, although there is a Fridge/Freezer. Therefore it may be a good idea to take your travel kettle with you.
Roda is not the ideal place for snorkelling as the north side of the island has a number of stream/river outlets into the sea which negates the clarity of the water for such activities. However, if one takes a day out and travel east or west to the northeast or northwest side of the island, one can find areas good snorkelling that will satisfy most, with their crystal clear waters, coves and secluded beaches.
Roda has two boat hire operators, one at each end of the Village. A half day hire opens up the whole of the north coast of Corfu, from St. Spiridon in the east, to Canal d’Amour in the west. This area extends beyond the magnificent St George’s Bay in both directions and gives visitors a perspective of the Corfu coast that cannot be seen any other way.
The Newport Bay Taverna in Roda, or the Roof Top in Sidari are highly recommended for their Kfleftiko's. However, in my view to find the really authentic version as you described, one would have to maybe travel out of town to some small village and find a place where the locals eat. We do this often when visiting Corfu and Greek islands.
Hopefully I have given you something to go for now. If you need any further help, feel free to ask.
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