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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Sunday, 10 June 2007

Sunday, 10th June:

I went down to breakfast after freshening up (usual start of the day), and again the children were back. I didn’t mind that much, as I was on “holiday”, but I guess if you wanted a quiet breakfast, it wasn’t the place to get it.

After breakfast, I had a couple of options, I could travel around Galissas village, or back to the pool and stroll along the beach again. Well as I was intending just to get some relaxation, I decided just to have an easy day and relax pool-side.

Had my usual Frappe during mid-morning, and just listened to my iPod and watched the world go by. The weather was very warm, so it was a nice relaxing episode.

I did my usual strolls along the beach, admiring the views across the bay; with the sun shining of the landscape it was actually very picturesque. The beach appeared to be less busy that yesterday, but there was a moment between 11:30-12:30 where all the kids that were staying in the resort all went down to the beach. Hmmmm then it was very noisy! But it went back to some sense of normality when the children left.

I went for a walk up to see the church on the resort, and got chatting to two Danish sisters. I noticed them whilst I was on the pool-side, as they actually had quite a nice figure. Anyway, it was pleasant talking to them, I got to know them well during the few hours I was talking with them. Very interesting background, one was a teacher another worked for the Danish government on Corporate Social Responsibility – both interesting jobs. I brought them both a drink, and after some time talking by the poolside. Anyway, they kindly invited me for dinner with them, but I explained that I was leaving via the High-Speed ferry, so couldn’t make it. I indicate that if I was staying I would have definitely accepted the offer. Very nice gesture in any case.

Anyway, I said my farewell, as I had to go back to my room to get ready to leave, as it was coming onto 5.30pm. At around 6.30pm I got a taxi to return to the main port, and just enjoyed the time around there. My boat-trip was leaving at 8.30pm, so I grabbed a bite to eat and relaxed for a couple of hours and then made my way to the port-side.

Boat journey was pretty good, although I was tied and was pleased to get to my sleep for a few winks (cat nap). I was just playing with my iPod (#1 gadget), then playing Suduko on my MDA (#2 gadget), then sending a few texts on my work mobile (#3 gadget). The lady next to me was apparently quite intrigued with my array of gadgets – what an image to have, hey? In comparison, I noticed that she had a nice Samsung “minute” (small) MP3 device – versus my chunky iPod. Anyway, we got chatting, and talking about our musical tastes, and seem to bond well. Certainly made it a pleasant journey! Hopefully we are able to catch-up when I get back to Athens for the next couple of (and last) weeks of my work assignment. We exchanged phone numbers, and we will see what happens, certainly felt connected during our brief encounter. What a charming lady!


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