Kelefa is much smaller than I imagined. The village remains on most maps of Greece and when you get there your thinking "how did this place get on the map?". It's about the size of my neighborhood. This type of community is common after all the families moved out of their old stone houses they built these communities where they were provided with running water, electricity and telephones. Being out in the country you were not afforded those amenities. A few hundred years back small communities of 300 people and sometimes much less was enough to sustain a small scale economy for farming and trading for landholders and work for the peasants.