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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 ...
... especially during the off season! The next day was stormy during the morning. We waited out the rain and in the afternoon we decided to walk to the other side of the bay, pass the town of Koukounaries and visit the Mycenaean Acropolis. An Acropolis is a a citadel or fortified part of an ancient Greek city, typically built on a hill. The road took us to a rock hill that we climbed up about 300 meters to the top to see what was there. There was not much ...
... traded one terrible destination for the other, the remainder of the night was a Mensa test in logistics, finance, compromise, patience and humility.
By the end of it we were both exhausted and only a little clearer as to what we wanted to do.
Come morning the weather had turned with the wind up and some cloud. Brendon in an attempt to deter the impending travelling belly went for a run and checked ...
... uphill through the maze of streets and alleys, we arrived in another pretty corner of town. I lost Linda to a couple of "quinchy" ladies wear shops and while she rummaged through "up-town" samples, I wandered down the street and chatted with a shop keeper in a pretty, little jewelry store. He explained that this would be the last week for many of the shops to be open. He was heading back to the mainland….can"t remember where...to enjoy four or five months away from Fira ...
Fortunately there were only two cruise ships in today (not the five
we experienced on a previous trip) so it was pleasantly quiet. There
are three ways to get to the hilltop town of Fira, a cable car, a
zigzag cobbled walking track, or on a donkey or mule (who use the
same walking track). Ken did an excursion to the other side of the
island so he was bussed away and took the cable ...