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... town of Naxos, we first visited the temple of Apollo and then found our way through the narrow alleys in the old town to a lovely Italian restaurant. Naxos island has a thriving agriculture industry, not everyone is dependent on the tourist industry, which makes it a more lively place during the off season. The next day the weather was pleasant so we continued to tour the city of Naxos and walk along several beaches south of 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, ...
... ruins whilst getting soaked by the sea spray, this gave Shaylee an hours peace & quiet to relax.
The remainder of the morning was spent eating breakfast and skyping home to check in and update all of our various goings on. This is far more relevant for Brendon as communication can be somewhat of an afterthought sometimes.
Come afternoon it was time to get some more booking done but before ...
... for a not so much as intended early night, but turns out that a constant supply of Mythos, sunshine, and follow that up w an extremely tasty 'gyros' well, it's a perfect recipe for passing out at 10pm! In hind sight it was a good job we slept for as long as we did. The following day was the kick off party fi Swedish Mid Summer. It's a sort of American style, spring break celebration where the Swedish descend to Ios for a party. Yellow tops, blue bandana, face paint and Mythos ...
... so obedient. It good to see these animals, there is also a very old duck that lives at the port, and the fishermen look after it. It wanders up and down, checking everything out. I can't see that happening at home.'Some numb skull would want to hurt it.
Brian, returned to the boat after lunch, and the girls explored their new treasure trove of shops. I had time to go and visit the local museum. It was very good, and most of the artifacts ...