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... seaweed that was really dense. At first I thought they were sea eggs.
The highlight of the day would have to be the herd of about 40 goats that crossed the road in front of us. Every goat had a large bell around its neck and the music from these bells was amazing. It was like someone was playing the xylophone! We stopped and listened for about ten minutes. Some of the larger goats were standing on their hind legs and eating out of the trees!
... face war. The answer was 'No', and Greece was attacked.
In Naxos Town today all the primary and secondary school children marched and drummed their way to a Cenotaph and laid wreaths. Tomorrow is a public holiday and the whole town celebrates.
We hired yet another small car and set off north around the coast over more hills and fertile valleys and climbed up to the tops of rocky, misty mountains ...
... wants to practise his english.
It seems so much easier to meet people on the road than in Vancouver. I still don't quite understand what it is about VanCity that makes people keep their distance. Robert hesitated awkwardly before inviting the Dutch to dinner. It was so nice to plan a spontaneous get-together, not having to provide two weeks' notice to ensure there are no schedule conflicts. Another benefit of travel.
We leave Naxos with fond ...
... of brutal tyrants. Those of you who know your Greek history will remember that the word tyrant actually comes from Greek. The tyrants who ruled Athens in the lead-up to their democratic period were demonized post-mortem, therefore giving the word its negative connotation. The tyrant Lygdamis, who ruled over Naxos, was actually good friends with Peisistratos, the first tyrant of Athens after whom the term was coined.
But tyranny, in ancient Greece at ...
... old venetian castle and catholic cathedral at top of the hill. Walked past archeological museum - all museumed out I'm afraid. Got lost any number of times but just headed towards the sea when required. These narrow and winding alleyways all begin to look the same after a short while.
Water front promenade was very pretty with blue sea in the background. Lots of souvenir shops and places to eat and drink.
Thought I would ...