Greece fruit seller: 'People need to learn to work hard'
On Sunday, Greeks will vote to decide whether to accept the terms of further international loans.
The feeling on Greece's many islands is that the current situation cannot go on.
The island of Aegina is 55 kilometres from Athens. It is a holiday destination for both the Greek prime minister and the finance minister.
Fruit seller Nektaria Kakousi says Greek people need to learn to work hard as those that do "always succeed."
She is not worried about the result of the referendum as she believes the result is "already planned".
Video journalist: Howard Johnson
03 Jul 2015