PortoBello Boutique Hotel
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Today was a public holiday (see yesterday's entry) and everything was closed except the cafés which were doing a great business. The sun was out for a lot of the day too.
The school kids were out in force again with their marching and drumming and having a great time. There were priests and lots of dignataries laying wreaths and then more marching and drumming through the lined streets. It was quite moving to see.
We love the Greeks. They ...
... face war. The answer was 'No', and Greece was attacked.
In Naxos Town today all the primary and secondary school children marched and drummed their way to a Cenotaph and laid wreaths. Tomorrow is a public holiday and the whole town celebrates.
We hired yet another small car and set off north around the coast over more hills and fertile valleys and climbed up to the tops of rocky, misty mountains ...
... they said they were here in June one year and with a few tourist boats in town, you couldn't walk down the Main Street!
The little house where we are staying is 70 euro a night at the moment, but in sumner it's 190 euro a night and apparently it's always booked!!
The wharf is full of empty rental cars which must rust fairly quickly with the sea air!
We are loving the ...
... wants to practise his english.
It seems so much easier to meet people on the road than in Vancouver. I still don't quite understand what it is about VanCity that makes people keep their distance. Robert hesitated awkwardly before inviting the Dutch to dinner. It was so nice to plan a spontaneous get-together, not having to provide two weeks' notice to ensure there are no schedule conflicts. Another benefit of travel.
We leave Naxos with fond ...
... on deck to play The Last Post. What an amazing night it turned out to be. Although it was late, there were hundreds of people on board - in the wind - to witness this event. It was truly a somber moment. Following the bugle, the New Zealanders did the Hakka! OMG one really magic ...