It has been a month since my last big dose of fresh original content. A month full of frustrating news, uncertainty and worries about the future of our blockchain. I guess it is only natural that my normal rate of posting was interrupted. Actually I was a bit surprised that some people kept posting as if nothing had happened, but after all everyone has a different response to a specific stimuli and that's the beauty of human nature!
Checking at my feed today I noticed that the new trend is the corona virus related posts which, I admit, is an interesting topic, if not from the medical point of view, at least as a social phenomenon. But again this is not what I want to write about.
No more hostile takeovers and even more hostile viruses for me, not today. Actually the only thing I want to tell you about is my winter vacations! It is a lovely afternoon after a fulfilling working day at my farm and an even nicer siesta :) and I am ready to open my archives and edit some more pictures of the ones I took in January during my trip to Nafplion, one of the oldest, most picturesque and most beautiful Greek towns!
So come and join me for a long walk around the narrow streets and the iconic buildings of the first capital of modern Greece (1821-1834) and a favorite destination for millions of visitors!
I hope you enjoyed it. I sure did, both the first time that I was actually there, as well as today that I relived it as I was presented it to you!
If you have missed my previous posts for Naflion here are the links and one picture from each one of them.
Thank you for reading and if you want to know more about me you can check out my introduction post.
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