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... from the town and shuttle buses were provided to transport us there. Bruce finally achieved his ambition to go swimming in the Aegean Sea - about 6.30pm we found a beach with a lot of other bathers and he waded in and had his swim. His verdict - warm and very salty - but he enjoyed the experience.
The ship sailed from Mykonos at midnight and berthed at Lavrion, near Athens, at 6 in the morning. We were asked ...
... perhaps a bit more graffiti and uncut grass, but no beggars,
which was surprising. No signs of any refugees at Piraeus either, although we
had heard that a ferry-load of them arrived a short time ago.
So we are leaving Greece after around five weeks, and we
don’t think we will be back. Lovely though ...
... There was a whole group of us. This is the first time I had a really good chat with the Canadian couple Amar and Amin. They were so lovely, generous and thoroughly entertaining! What a sweet couple!
After lunch finished we decided to check the time- to make sure we were back in time to catch the ferry to Paros. We didn't want to miss it; can you believe that we still had like 4 hours to kill. It's freezing cold too so you don't want to walk the streets. So we decided to ...
... last morning in Naxos we would make for a beach a little further afield. This morning we boarded a quick 20 minute bus to Agia Anna. While quite similar to St. George's beach near us, this was nevertheless a good change of scenery. As a plus this beach had ample lounging chairs which help save me from becoming a human sand dune by lying on my beach towel yet again.
Before we knew it we were back on the ferry, headed for our third Greek island: Paros.
... Back out security doors - Cheryl though I had been kidnapped.
Later wanted to by a few stamps to send post cards - same sort of deal. Plenty of staff inside but only one window open to serve customers. 45 min later i emerged with some idea why this country is in such a mess. Interesting that neither bank or post office staff wear any form of corporate uniform and service is obviously not their highest priority.