Getting it right

From time to time we all get stuck to the quay. The reasons vary from; equipment failure, waiting for parts or other things to arrive by erratic post, courier or ferry, strong winds, which would make for beastly sailing, rendezvous guest arrangements, or just plain contentment with the place. Right…

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Wedding Weekend

Friday was our wedding anniversary, the eve of Harry and Meghan’s wedding and the run up to Pentecost in UK …though we shall have to wait another week for this celebration in Orthodox Greece. We set off early for the market but found our lovely farmer friend sitting on the…

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Water ways

Water and washing and a month goes by. There is a consistently loyal and courteous water man on this busy mainland quay. Lets call him Dimitri. Each morning and evening he patiently approaches visitors and explains the method of collecting water from newly fitted pipes. Never have we seen him…

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Christos Anesti

The first walk of the season is always the best. Today we ambled our way along the quay, past a raggle taggle of international yachties and on to the flotilla of charter boats receiving a final wash and brush up before the imminent arrival of guests. A bounty of flora…

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