Back in the late Spring, just as the lid was being lifted on our lockdown, we took a stroll one Saturday evening with a neighbour.
In the next inlet (Piraiki) someone had set up a temporary outdoor movie screen and there was to be a one-night-only screening of a movie about a famous woman who wrote lyrics for bouzouki music.The screen looks like a large black and white trampoline or bouncy castle standing on edge with some guy ropes to hold it in place. The paying customers got folding chairs in the little boatyard there. The rest of the community who wanted to watch sat on the rocks along either side of the narrow inlet.
|This guy had a front row view|
It was dark by the time we strolled back and the movie looked like big TV to me. I guess that is one of the benefits to humans of living in this sort of climate; they can sit outdoors and watch movies without getting wet or frozen.