Villa Margarita Mykonos
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Stars shinning right above you, night breezes seem to whisper "I love you," birds singing in the sycamore tree, "dream a little dream of me..."
I'm sitting on a rock high in a cliff of Mykonos, Greece and the skies are covered in warm hues of red, orange, blue and purple. The sun nostalgically waves goodbye as it takes its rest behind …
... warm enough to sun ourselves on the beach, but the water was too cool to swim. The next day we packed our bags for a 2 hour ferry ride to Santorini. During breakfast wet met a nice couple from Broome Australia. They have been travelling for 3 months in Europe and we had many travel stories to share with each other. We were sad to leave the friendly hospitality we received on Naxos island but anxious to visit the famous Santorini island.
The Blue Star ferry to Paros left on time and was a very comfortable ride from Piraeus (Athens Port), to the Island of Paros. The taxi met us at the ferry port in Parikia and drove us to the Hotel Senia in the town of Naoussa. We got lucky and our room was upgraded by the owner, Senia, to include a jacuzzi tub. The room and bathroom was expansive, with a nice comfortable bed, large balcony with a view of the hotel pool and beach that was located down the ...
... night’s plans with a decision made that we would be going to Switzerland and bugger the backpacker budget we were going to enjoy ourselves.All this time inside did lead to a bit of cabin fever though and Brendon put on a rather hilarious but mostly uncoordinated dance rendition to the song Happy.
Out last morning in Naxos was brief with time for a sleep in and breakfast before our port ...
... is a maze but whereas Venice streets have names, Mykonos doesn't. The streets are really narrow, and although no cars can fit down them, they use little trucks and scooters to transport goods. Whenever a vehicle needs to go past, everyone has to squash into the doorways or hop up on the steps. If the truck needs to go around a corner, it has to do a multiple manouvres. All of the buildings are painted white ...