December 9

The reason that I am a bit busy these days, is because I am having a welcoming visit of  my Greek friend Andreas, and his wife Mira.  Andreas has made boat trips at Samos for more than 35 years now, and he is known as Captain Andreas by anyone who have been visiting this beautiful island. I believe  that only a  few people know how much work it really takes, to make these trips become – and look like – a paradise of relaxing, enjoying the sun, the sea and the serving. But believe me, this is work from early morning to late evening – only interrupted by some cold winter months. Partly spend in Denmark, this year.

Yesterday was only 0 degrees, and the snow started melting…

…but today it started to snow again.


11 comments so far

  1. thedailyclick on

    Having friends visiting is always fun. Hope you are all having a great time!

    • Giiid on

      Thank you Michaela.

  2. milkayphoto on

    Look how ADORABLE you all are! But, it SURE does look COLD there! Brrrrrr….. 🙂

    • Giiid on

      Oh thanks! 🙂 And yes, it was and it is cold, frost all day.

  3. Gerry on

    Love the group portrait! So when someone who takes people on trips in the Aegean wants a holiday of his own, he goes to Denmark in winter, eh? People are complex.

    • Giiid on

      Yes,it´s a bit of a contrast. I am glad we have had all that snow, to make this cold place a bit more interesting. They have both family and friends here, to warm them up, but I know they will love to come back to their paradise. 🙂

  4. sartenada on

    Visitors from Greece. It should be interesting to read what they liked wintry Denmark. I was very impressed about that house with melting snow, so wonderful.

    • Giiid on

      You are right, I should ask them about what they like, – or perhaps it will be more easy to say what they miss. I am sure one of the answers will be “the heat”.

  5. Nye on

    One great thing about having company is to take them places, hope the snow didn’t spoil the outing. It looks real cold.

    • Giiid on

      Absolutely, to have visiters is also to have a possibility to see ones city from another view, and visit places that normaly only are seen from the outside. I enjoyed the walk along the old streets, and behaved like a tourist with my camera. 🙂

  6. Scott Thomas Photography on

    If I was to picture a sea captain, your friend, Andreas, would be it. Enjoy your times with him and his smiling wife.

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