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... the castle ruins/ part of the town, then found a bar that was high up. Here i had a cocktail and watched the sun set. I then went looking for a place to eat. I found a nice place that had good food, and free WiFi. I ate dinner and facebooked mum and dad who were having their hast day in New york. After dinner i went to another bar, had a drink, walked around the area and then returned to the hotel/hostel. Here i
talked to various roommates and then went to bed.
... and found a car hire place near the main square. Here i decided to hire a buggy. Very simple to use and easy to hire. I then left the town after getting some petrol. Driving along the main road heading towards the beach, my hat blew off and disappeared – there was too much traffic so i could not stop. Goodbye hat. I drove through a small village then past some touristy parts of the beach, then along a dirt road that became very bumpy. Soon i arrived at Plaka beach. I found that the ...
... of people waiting for the ferry. The ferry was only 5 minutes late.
I got on, left my bags in storage and found a seat. Once on i sat, used the internet, updated and ate lunch – left over cold pizza. I also did some reading. It was only a 45 minute trip and as soon as the ferry arrived in Naxos i got off, grabbing my bags and heading for the dock. I had found out that the hotel/hostel sends a van to ...
... So. Ios it is. We had to make a quick 8hr stop in Santorini as there's no direct ferries. But turns out we'd return later anyway! Boarding the ferry from Kos it was a 5 1/2 hour journey, a massive ferry and we has some pretty decent seats, Australia were playing Netherlands...we'd just scored the penalty and the game was even, and right at that moment of celebration between us few Aussies the tv switched to the safety info. After we learnt where to calmly find our life jacket ...
... Australia was bad!). Fortunately it was so short as otherwise we’d have been deafened by the herd of Greek grannies on board who were probably around when the Acropolis was built. This seems to be the national pastime of old Greek people: arguing at the top of your voice with whoever will listen.
Strolled around the main bit of the village there and might have bought a few more things there but again, siesta time put an end to that idea.