So the Expert from the insurance company came at 9 on Monday. He may have been a couple of minutes late. At any rate he apologised for his lateness. Then we got to work.
I gave him the list of things taken and all the receipts that I had dug out.
He then added, converted pounds to euros, applied his depreciation rate and ... wrote a cheque.
I hadn't expected a cheque to come straight away. I scuttled off to the bank and paid it in quickly!
Now we're almost back to where we started. We are equipped as regards computers.
The big question concerns what we do about cameras.
Pat had a 2005 FZ3. An excellent camera, though it had only 3MP and is now worth nothing.
The equivalent would be about 300€ for a FZ300.
I had a 2007 TZ1. Again an excellent camera, it had 5MP and again is now worth nothing.
The equivalent? Who knows!
Both of us generally use our phones for photography now.
The best camera is the one you have with you.
Neither of us fancies lugging a big super-zoom on Easyjet back and fore to Blighty.
At the same time a long zoom camera is very useful for weddings, for city photography and so on.
But why pay lots of money for something you'll use very little?