Meanwhile, Julie (flute) and I play on to attract people to the INCO tent, where a variety of local crafts were for sale.
Dimitris, the head of Vrahassi village council trys to encourage people to buy my books, but the hat remaines empty.
This gentleman tells Dimitri that his family come from Vrahassi and he knows all it's history... hm!
And the band plays on...and on...and on... into the night way past my bedtime. It was a wonderful evening. There were lots of stalls handing out local products: cheese, honey, wine, raki, beer, and olive oil. David and I ended the evening with souvlaki and chips in one of the local souvlaki shops. We had friends for company, Tomorrow David and I are going to a classical music evening in Neapolis.
And to top it all, THE FISH SHOP HAS REOPENED IN VRAHASSI!
September has been a wonderful month, warm, still, productive. Temperatures have dropped to around 24 degrees, and today there are clouds in the sky. It is so good to be able to move around without being too hot. Of course, Vrahassi is that bit cooler than the coast, but if we get too chilly we are only 10 minutes away from a warmer rock. And now I have work to do and my scales to perfect.
I hope you have had a good September. Here's looking forward to a brilliant October.
Love Jane x