End of May
Having chatted yesterday about eating with friends, we did exactly that on Tuesday evening, down at Meraklis in Yialos. It had been a warm day and rain was forecast. We ended up with a thunderstorm passing over the island, but not a major one. This meant, of course, that we were ‘trapped’ in the taverna, under the awning, moving tables out of the drips but carrying on regardless like the dinner party in ‘Carry On Up The Khyber.’ Needless to say, dinner was fabulous and a very reasonable price. We were also in time for the bus which is now running until ten pm.
Tuesday was a damp evening, you could even say wet, but Wednesday dawned fresher for the storm, and the plants were watered. I know it sounds odd, but it doesn’t feel like the end of May. It still feels to me as if we should be at the end of June, not because of the weather but because, I reckon, Easter was early, and it feels like the season has been going on for some time. I am sure business owners wouldn’t agree with me, and they are still waiting for larger numbers of visitors to arrive, it’s just a ‘me’ thing.
As I am running out of things to say, I’m going to go back to my old photos folder and see what’s hanging around in there, to add a few more pics at random, just to fill the pages. (Taken in February.) Enjoy the end of May (oh, if only I was refereeing to a certain out-of-her-depth politician and her cronies), and I will see you in June. Oh, that’s tomorrow. So, I’ll see you tomorrow.