Is Pavlos still in Greece?
I haven't looked it up but yesterday I saw a post that they'll spend Easter here, which makes sense. Greek Orthodox Easter is in April 16th.
And apparently there is a timeframe of post death remember celebrations to observe
Yes but I don't think they'll get much press in these memoriams.
Well, as always I'm late to the party
but I have promissed to post from another Pavlos' visit, in middle March, so here it is:https://www.iefimerida.gr...mpoyrgk-spiti-na-agorasei
-Good afternoon, you visit Greece more often!
-Yes, as I had told.
-What Greece means to you? Is it your second home?
- My first home! I just wasn't here as often as I should, but I will be.
-Have you found a house?
-No, not yet.
-Your opinion about the tragedy in Tempi? [the horrible train crush]
-It is a tragedy and I don't want to talk much about it.
-It's something sad.
-Very sad. [He sais something about young kids they died I think, but I don't get it]
-It is the first Easter without your father. How will you spend it?
He left at this point, without answering the questions - which is fair enough IMO. Too soon and too personal.
I think it was smart he didn't say anything more about the train crush.
Still, he come across as a kind guy with good intentions. He has an accent - naturally, as someone who hasn't lived/grown up in Greece - and I think he tries to find the words. But I'm happy he speaks greek!