A summer Saturday evening. Time for a perantzada, a promenade along the waterfront ending up at a cafe or taverna beside the waves. People watching. Us watching the passing parade and them watching us.
Poros seems full again . Most I would say were greeks, from the cities and countryside nearby. Not so many foreigners yet and those that are here seem to be from the yachts. The flotillas are returning. A group of small yachts that travel together for 5 days, a week, going from island to island under the eagle eye of an experienced captain. They go in groups to the tavernas recommended by the company and then on to the cafes or bars or a party on one of the yachts.
The harbourside road is closed from one end of the waterfront to the other on Saturday night, from 8pm to 1am. Curfew has been extended to 1.30am so everyone is supposed to scuttle home or at least be off the streets by then.