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Hello from IOS! You have heard a fair amount about Naxos but I thought I'd fill in the details. We had five nights in Naxos in total. As soon as we got off our (wrong and way faster) boat we loved it! There were lots of families around, tourists but far fewer English people. Lots of local taverns and places to eat. A much more friendly vibe in general than Mykonos! So the highlights of Naxos include - cycling, the boat, a couple of really nice beaches and the outdoor cinema. Oh and ...
... sat outside on the bow of the boat, the Greek Waters Pilot open in front of me. One option was to clean the filter as G had proposed and to go to Parikia hoping that we would get there with a working engine. Yet the chance that the engine would only work temporarily seemed too large and approaching Parikia without an engine (and possibly no wind) was too risky: a current towards the rocks in front of the bay had caused many ships to sink in the past, including the ...
... us there at 8PM after having dinner. We decided to go have dinner in Parikia.
We had a great dinner at sunset in Parikia near the harbor and then met up with the Italians. It was great to have Filada there with us. As a professional tour guide, she was able to provide all kinds of information about the island and the town which was great.
Historically, Paros was known for its fine white marble, which gave rise to the ...
... salad plus playing monopoly (the greek version!). There were no chance
cards or community chest so we turned this into a 'tell everyone what annoys
you!' We have discovered that a film is shown on TV at 9pm here and so we
watched 'The Client' which was fantastic (and about law!).
On Sunday we spent the morning at a Hammam Spa, the five of us had the place to
our selves and quickly took full advantage of the endless towels, ...
... strange, but ok.
We rose after only a few hours, as we didn’t have long before our flights home. We found an amazing bakery for breakfast, and did a quick tour of the Athenian highlights. We visited the National Gardens and Zeus’ Temple before climbing the hill to the Acropolis to see the Parthenon. Luckily for us, entrance was free for everything since it was Easter Monday!
We headed to a town square and bough some iced coffees, ...