A Nottingham woman whose daughter died on holiday flies to Greece for legal proceedings for the second time.
Laura had been enjoying a water sports holiday
Laura Morgan, 11, from Woodthorpe, drowned when the catamaran she was sailing on capsized with her still in the harness in July 2003.
Five employees of the holiday company Sunsail were charged with manslaughter.
Lynne Morgan is preparing to give evidence after the case was postponed in September. Her legal battle has lasted nearly three years.
Laura had been enjoying a holiday with her mother and older sister Sarah near Paleros when the accident happened.
She was on a catamaran in calm water with two friends when it capsized, trapping her underneath.
The trip was part of their all inclusive water sports holiday run by Sunsail.
Four men and a woman employed by the company have been charged with manslaughter through negligence.
Lynne Morgan's legal battle has lasted almost three years
Lynne Morgan said: "It's hugely difficult to put any closure on it because I know that this is just like a domino - this is just the start of several things that have to continue after this."
She said the trial had been originally postponed three months after her daughter's death and she had to wait a year until going to Greece last September.
"It's very, very difficult, because the court house - which resembles something from Kosovo - is literally only 100m from where I said 'Goodbye' to Laura, the hospital where she was pronounced dead."
She added that the family still had a civil claim to pursue in Greece and that the Nottinghamshire Coroner's inquest had not been completed.