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Our last day of sailing in the Aegean Sea was Thursday 10th and it proved to be an interesting day. Our first call was the small island of Chios where the boat was moored right beside the road around the waterfront - in fact one lane of traffic was closed off so that the passengers could disembark and embark safely.
We went for a walk into the main part of town and sat down in a delightful park. At the back of ...
... streets, and the
remains of a small castle, unusually made of bits and pieces of Greek temple
and whatever else they happened to have around at the time.
There is also an impressive cathedral “of 100 doors” but we
couldn’t count more than a few. On a hill nearby, a couple of ...
Busy day today. Up early to see the referendum result - thankfully the Scots decided to keep the kingdom united. After breakfast Stella took us to the local winery - Moraitis - which makes red and white wine and distils a grappa like spirit. There was not a lot to see, only historical equipment, not current processes and a very short tasting. Still the wine ...
... that hung onto a steep slope bordering the sea. I wanted to relive that.
So, I skipped Paradise Beach, Super Paradise Beach (with a nudist section primarily populated by “gays,”), Platis Gialos, a tourist resort, Kalafatis, a family spot, Ornos “a small heaven”) and Elia described as the probably the best beach in Mykonos ant almost exclusively nudist in the 1980’s.
The temperature today is in the high sixties (the season ...
... to swim in that water, even though it was crystal clear.
We stopped off at a monastery along the way & went inside--no photos were allowed but let's just say it was extremely ornamental. One of the interesting things about this island is that there are NO street signs telling you what road you're on....not that there are that many of them, but when you're trying to get around, it's ...