We are slowly getting into the season this year; a little on line shopping and a few community events. The Christmas lights started appearing last week; I hope to get mine up this week.

As I have mentioned before many Paros expats are artisans of one kind or another and most are always looking for ways to support their Greek island life style. So through out the year there will be art and handicraft sales.

This particular one was set at the Aqua Marine taverna here in Aliki. The spirit was quite festive. Denny, the chef/owner, made a special onion and cheese soup. Being Belgian he did not call it French Onion.

This photo didn't turn out well but I do want to show the setting of this Aliki taverna on the harbour.

Sunday evening was warm and calm so we drove our scooters into Parikia for the annual tree lighting. It is quite the cultural event with the whole town turning out.
Our highlight was the live creche. It was very symbolic; the angel was being angelic, Mary was being accommodating and the wise men were wrestling.
Do notice the live sheep in the background.


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