Easter has come and gone, till next year.
We can relax at the 'green chairs' cafe, right beside the water and watch the line-up of yachts come in for a few days of Poros experience
Still very early in the tourist season but there are a few yachts to watch and we admire the new electricity boxes for the boats. Last year most of them were broken, fallen over or generally useless for connecting the yachts. All the electricty and water supply boxes have been put upright, repaired and enclosed in heavy bars so they can't be damaged.
We rarely see beggars on the island. We get 'offerers' instead.
Always interesting to see what these people are touting. They leave, in this case a key chain with blue eye and beads to keep off the evil eye, on the table along with a card to say how much they want you to 'offer' and explain why they are asking for money,
They go off and leave a card and key ring on each table. If you want the key ring you pocket it and leave the money on the card which is collected a few minutes later. Most of the cards say the 'offerer' is deaf and preferably dumb as well. No questions asked, no hassle.
We often pick up little items like this key ring, a small torch, fan, cigarette lighter, all sorts of interesting little trinkets. Cheap pleasure for us, a lucrative day out for them.
This card says he wants 2 euros but if we are nice people we'll leave more.