Monday an even greater day of rest.

We ate last night in one of the two Tavernas in the village and we both had sea bass. It was glorious, fresh, meaty (you can say that about fish, can’t you?) and packed with flavour. The mum who does the cooking came and told me off, in a very jokey fashion, for not eating the flesh inside the head, which she said was the best bit. The son who does the waiting, cleared our favourite table by the very open window and said, “There, you can sit at the front!.”

Last night I tried to capture the eclipse of the moon but without a tripod, it was a bit of a lack lustre effort.

I guess you get the gist!
I guess you get the gist!

Yesterday was change over day, many of the folk we had got to know over the last few days went home, and at breakfast this morning it looked like no one new had arrived to take their places. The hotel shuts next week and the Taverna family are heading back to Athens, so no point hanging around as we might starve to death!

So once more, some photos from during the week coming up:

More rain by the church.
More rain by the church.
More of Mary's flowers.
More of Mary’s flowers.
There is colour everywhere.
There is colour everywhere.
Flowers by the beach bar.
Flowers by the beach bar.
Sea Bass? Did......
Sea Bass? Did……
Someone say Sea Bass?
Someone say Sea Bass?
The way side shrine collection has begun.
The way side shrine collection has begun.
The afternoon light is just beautiful.
The afternoon light is just beautiful.

So that was the day. We drank, we swam, we ate, we swam, we drank. We are eating at the hotel tonight, so Mary can sample the Moussaka and tomorrow is another day in paradise. We made our minds up we will come back, there is no mistake about that. Thank you for reading, take care M & M.