Sunday, 29 September 2013

Immovable Transports, St Nicholas Beach and a Potted Cat

Had a good session at the Sunrise Cafe last night with George and Clare. Afterwards, I had to deal with a compaint outside from Kerry & Steve Finch ©®™ that they hadn't been mentioned in the blog for a day. As they insisted so vociferously, here they are…
Walking back to our apartment, we were enticed by the sound of Greek music coming out of Giorgio's - got there just as they finished their last number.
Out this morning to get a few supplies, I saw that the lentisk tree that flowered in May is now bearing fruit. 
Great way to store pressurised gas containers - in full sun all day… 
The grasses have all taken on a lovely golden hue. 
We caught the bus down to Pedi and sat opposite the imaginatively created graffiti on the bus windows, formed by scratching off the grey tinting. 
Down at Pedi waiting for the taxi boat, saw this craft that's going nowhere… 
Spent a very pleasant afternoon down at St Nicholas beach reading, listening to music, swimming, lunching and snoozing… 
The boat back. 
Off the bus at the kiosk, saw this very relaxed cat - although it wasn't sure about granting me picture rights. 
On the way down to our apartment, saw a motor bike that isn't going anywhere in a hurry either. 
This day a year ago, we caught a taxi boat from Yialos to St Nicholas beach where we spent the day (recurring theme here!) before going back to the Opera House to see the setting sun colour the clouds. 
Su's news story of the day (BBC website - click on the title for the full story):

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