Petra is still away so Eva gave me my portion of vlita and other nice things including a few spuds. It required heating so I went inside as it was not too warm without due to the continuing wind. I watched a very engaging episode of Endeavour however the plot seemed familiar in places.
By morning the wind had died down which was a relief. Only Oskar remained behind and accompanied the girls later. There were no surprises and only two vehicles were spotted. A very interesting 4×4 with roof extension at the furthest end of the track and an ancient Citroën van which is often about in Paleochora but only occasionally at Grammeno.
I nurtured my brain then went over Panorama to Paleochora stopping only for bread. My visit coincided with a group of young people who were buying lots of small items. Fortunately, I didn’t have to wait too long. I met a group of Swedes enjoying a walking holiday as they headed along the cycleway to Paleochora. Sweden must be empty now…
The morning was interrupted by the ACS man delivering a coin holder which has now absorbed much of the small change I tend to accumulate from the customers and Bona. Change tends to find its way through the decking if not suitably restrained. There must be a lot of interesting things on the ground under the decking. One day, all will be revealed.
I put on two washes for Janne and Erica as they had only one other during their stay. I can report that the washing machine is still working as expected.
This evening, I shall be dining out with the neighbours. I will collect my rations from the kitchen and they will get something from there too. Seems a little crazy to go out to pay for food. I’m certain it will be riotous. We can be pretty wild together.