Six word Saturday

A kinda nice place to sit

The wall is a little shabby but this remains one of my favourite places to watch the world drift by. There’s a little kiosk that sells coffee and pastries, and even, if you’re good, a little tumbler of wine. And on a quiet day the ferryman will join you. Have a good weekend!


Six Word Saturday



  1. Isn’t it a bit early for a tart of any sort? I thought that was more of a nighttime thing. πŸ™‚ Oh. THAT sort of tart. OK, I’m in. I’ll have to get a cappuccino if it’s on offer or some sort of adulterated coffee to go with my pastry. And you tricky woman, combining two prompts. As soon as I saw the first bit in the Reader, I knew where you were headed. Well done.


    1. It has to be done, Janet! I’ve stayed faithful to Debbie forever πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Um galΓ‘o or meia de leite? The first is like a latte, the second half and half.

  2. Hi Jo, I see the heading photo and I immediately think of the song β€œI can see for miles and miles.” Coffee, pastries, wine…..the makings of a great weekend. Have a good one!πŸ˜€

    1. You can walk rather a long way too! When the tide’s low you can walk across to the Ilha πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ And then you’ll have earned your pastry, Erica…

  3. It is truly a place for reflecting and creativity in the mind. The shabby wall adds its character. The sky, the water, the boats and a kiosk. What more could one ask for? I can’t think of anything.

  4. Should I bring a cushion? I’m torn between the coffee and pastries or the wine. Pastries and wine don’t really work together, do this, so maybe I’ll wait until I get there – if there’s room by then – and make the big decision. Better ask the kiosk owner to get in extra supplies. If all your friends turn up he’ll be over run!

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