We are in Aegina, an island in the Saronic Gulf in Greece. The capital and the main port of the island are named after it.
The film opens with shots that are taken from a moving car. We see the coastal road of the town of Aegina with the church Panagitsa (Virgin Mary), horse-carriages, cars of that era and lots of people who walk while on the opposite side of the road we see taverns, cafes and the town’s buildings.
As the car continues on its course, we see the route. The coastal road with small hills, boats that are moored and the route ends up in a small port. We watch shots from the pier, a beach cafe-restaurant and a windsurf board that stands out. Afterwards, the filmmaker shows us his company. A man with a couple and a middle-aged woman who looks at the camera with an elderly man being right next to her.
The film closes with the couple and the man who stand next to the legendary Volkswagen T2 Microbus. The smiling woman wears a leash on her dog, takes it in her arms and they approach the camera together.