Good to see there’s at least one chair which is for sitting on, Andrew. The others are there to look good and ethnic, I presume?
Or waiting for the chair repair man?
A bit of work to be done. 😀
Probably beyond repair?
Love the terra cotta pots you captured in each photo 🙂
Nice to see pictures of things not perfect. Gives a photo extra depth I think. Lovely.
Love all your photos of Greece, Andrew. Very romantic and captivating. Have never made it to Greece yet, but your photos make it an attractive possibility.
BBC had a story yesterday with the reporter talking to many Athens twenty-thirty somethings who are unemployed. Sounded very distressing that so many are getting jobs in Italy, France, and Germany, draining the country of the young and highly educated.
Have you experienced the distress that Greece is going through during the financial crisis?
Keep up the blogs and photos!
Thanks for your comment. Greece seems to be in a real pickle! Last year we stopped over in Athens and it was very edgy indeed and I have made plans for this year that avoid it. Sad, very sadd!
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