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The view from the ship of traditional white houses with blue trim was unmistakeable Greek! We took a water taxi from the ship to Mykonos to walk around town and enjoy the picture-postcard views. The weather was slightly warmer than yesterday and we enjoyed a rain-free day. The sun actually shone brightly this ...
... The hotel however had no idea about the remainder of our trip and the sum total of their info was a reservation under our name. In the end we gave up grabbed some breakfast which took us through to our room being ready and onto one of the best sights in the last day, a bed!
After a few hours’ sleep we were feeling far more refreshed and set about exploring the area and planning our next few days or not planning as the goal was to have some sun and ...
... mould for a church and stands out being completely white against the vivid blues of the Aegean Sea behind it. So many hidden gems in Mykonos town that we stumbled on in and amongst the tourist traps. That along with the maze of white and blue and the rare reds gave us a fun challenge each day. Having conquered the challenges of the maze we decided to walk to one of the many known and famous beaches of the island. We decided on Ornos beach as it was meant ...
... and not too expensive. Some excursions are included, some aren't. However! The food in the buffet is nothing to write home about. The cakes are tasteless, the fruit selection is small and either not ripe or bumped and soft. The drinks are watery. If you get hungry outside of the restaurants opening hours, fx during the day, too bad. There is a small fitness centre with a few machines and very little space for mat/ball ...
... are amazing shades of blue and crystal clear. I was reminded of Pippin while enjoying the harbour view - there was a dog at one of the homes on the harbour who would bark at every person who swam past 'his' house. Tonight we went to a small village further inland for dinner at Plakostroto Taverna. Located in the village of San Michalis, the taverna overlooks the sea towards Andros. The tiny church in the village has amazing views of Tinos and Mykonos. Our hotel's owner, Yannis ...