Nothing earthshaking here.
Sitía, Crete, Greece
Just a pleasant afternoon stroll around the waterfront in a beach town
with little else to do.
Most waterfront cafe/bars have an outdoor annex in front - a pre-fab
room with transparent walls that can be raised or lowered according to
the weather. Most have some sort of privacy curtains as well. And two
least) have wi-fi access for customers.
Whaddya know?! A familiar and belovd
Gaul, beaming at me in miniature from a fast-food shack.
With his name spelled in Greek alphabet, the rest of the sign in Latin.
My trusty Eee PC 1000, with cafe lights.
Innit fun to recognize furrin' spellings of familiar words?
This sign offers a variety of coffees.
I especially enjoyed figuring out capuccino and nescafe.
I dunno what Anapsyktika means. If you do, let me know.
Like Rhodes, Sitia embeds mosaics in pebbles in some sidwalks. My guide
book gives a name for this practice, but I don't remember it.