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... started this day and most of the locals were picking olives from the 300-400 year old olive trees. The next day we decided to keep the car for another day since the cost of the rental car was only 25 Euro per day and go relax at one of the beaches in the southwest section of the island. We ended up at a remote beach called Pyrgaki and we had the whole beach to ourselves as all the resorts were closed for the season. The ...
... us a tour of the facilities. We were grateful for their hospitality and also received some good advice, 'It is less effort to say yes, instead of no. It takes more energy to resist something than to accept it.' We find this true in many aspects of travelling, it is always better to accept the situation and deal with it the best possible way, than to reject it and try to change the situation when you have very little influence to do so. After the short visit, ...
... out to the supermarket to pick up some dinner supplies, unless we had the ability to cook from scratch which we didn’t the supermarket offered little so we put together a makeshift meal of pot noodle and funsize kitkats washed down with some ice tea. It was to be honest more than acceptable.Once dinner was done we sat down to organise our trip and quickly realised that flying into Lyon was a stupid idea and ...
... water. We came back to the hotel and then went out for a great dinner on the beach at Avil. We will miss this place. Tomorrow we begin our long journey home with our 4:30 am (Greece time) wakeup call and if all goes well will Leland in Dulles at 6:30 PM local time. (For those interested with the 7 hour time difference that'll be about 21 hours of traveling... ...
... so grabbed some frozen greek yoghurt with fresh fruit, and then walked over to the Temple of Apollo or The Portara or the “Great Door” has several names, and we can see this from our room. It is essentially a massive marble doorway, leading to nowhere. It lies close to the port of Naxos on the islet of Palatia which was once a hill.
Apparently the strip of land connected the north of the port of Naxos to Palatia ...