Mind the gap

Malta was where we decided I should catch up with Rope Sole and I made contact with wonderful, hospitable, praying Christians with whom I could spend the night before she arrived. Whilst there I met Sharon. This is her story. Sharon was clearly called by God to live and ‘be’…

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Meet the neighbours

August 14 2013 I Swam across to a liveaboard boat this morning…easiest way to say hello and as he was swinging on his anchor very close to our mooring it seemed a good idea to make friendly contact. We had also noticed that there was a dog aboard so I…

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Tzatziki!

There’s more than one way to make tzatziki! Here we are..tucked into a lively, chattering Greek community…an abundance of fresh vegetables, fruit and herbs with which to experiment, local wine to sample plus old and new friends to help us enjoy an evening in the cockpit now and again. Simple!…

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Back again

Friday 26 July After two weeks back home we are…… Sitting outside on a wide paved quayside, recently purloined by the latest cafe venturist, we sigh with the pleasure of returning and the scene before us. A random selection of boats jostle along this quay, ‘stern to’, mostly privately owned…

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Lazy days at Plaka

This hospitable little fishing village is fast becoming a favourite destiination for us. It was lovely to bring Tristan and Heather here and watch them unwind after a difficult year. The harbour is best surveyed from the balcony of Baba Yannis’ taverna whilst his nephew Tomas buzzes back and forth…each…

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A New Bucket

I am currently sitting in the cockpit alongside a blue bucket. It is a very nice NEW bucket…purchase of which necessitated by my careless positioning of the previous one. I had determined to wash away all evidence ( mostly crumbs) of an evening meal last night on deck. Actually it…

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One fine day

I thought you might like to know what a typical day ( in this case Wednesday May 29 ) looks like…Tuesday night we were anchored off Russian Bay…this is a spacious yet protected spot with panoramic views of the Peloponnese mountains tucked under with straggling settlements sweeping around half the…

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