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My inspiration is gone…

My inspiration is unable to kick off. A couple of days in Pillion were enough to derail my working mood. A magic mountain, picturesque houses and crystal-clear waters. A house in the middle of nowhere with a dramatic sea view. Not to forget the F-16 exercising over the heads of easy-going swimmers. How can I return to the cement forest and be productive again?

To this, one has to add the fact that the events happening in Greece are not inspiring at all. Angry taxi drivers on strike, economic default – selective or collective, real or on rating agencies papers. As government repeatedly assured there is no danger for bank deposits, Greeks brought back to the banks the money they had withdrawn last week. The rating agencies forecast a new ‘default’ in two years. who cares? It’s summer time…

This summer is different from the previous ones. Lots of friends try to spend cheap holidays. Back to their unfavored villages, a couple of days at a friend’s summer house. At least to save money on overnight staying.

From what I see, hoteliers have significantly dropped their prices.

I am still in a mood for more vacations and I  definitely favour  Sd to SD – where Sd stands for ‘Sea default’ and SD for ‘selective default’…

as blue as it can get…

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4 comments

  1. Welcome back! Back from the Greece that is, to the Greece we made. From the Greece that lots of young and middle aged Greeks find backward and unfavored, but that is loved all over the world. Back from the liquid blue and gold to the solid grey and yellow of Athens. From star speckeled skies to orange glows. From relentless Tsitsikas and Night Crickets to engines and loudspeakers. From inspiration and exhaltation to expiration. Welcome back to the place you made your home. 🙂

  2. Take advantage of the lull and spend an extra day at the sea. It won’t be long before you’re back on top of the ramparts for the next battle, and we need you up to the task.