Porto Naxos Hotel
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... it up - and we didn’t realise it was missing until we got to Athens Airport. Bruce jumped in a taxi and headed back to the port hoping it would still be there - and luckily it was. We were also grateful that we had a lot of time between the ship’s arrival and the flight leaving for Rome. It gave us both a real scare but we certainly have learned to double check each other’s bags, etc.
... 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 ...
... things. She had three daughters: the oldest is a "port captain," the middle is about tot study economics (insert snark here) at the University of Athens, and the youngest is in high school where she plays the violin.
Sophi's guess about the ATMs in the port was correct. I got out my money and paid my debts, with a little extra for the trouble. The Austrian lady went after me. She was stymied when the machine could not dispense her desired amount because it did not have ...
... it began to roll but it eased off and we arrived at Naxos on time.
I had phoned Antonios at Liana`s a couple of days ago and said good morning and he asked if I was the famous paparazzi, referring to when I sent a picture to him of his Mum and Dad when we saw them on Sifnos.
He advised that he was booked up from the 8th so, we will have to look elsewhere. Rather surprised booked up this early but, it ...
... to the sailing life now that we are a few days into the trip. The biggest of these is that my bank account is not as big as my attitude when we dock next the to the mega yachts in port. Acting rich is fun! In the end however, I have lots of time to spend, but very little money. Time rich, cash poor. That's the backpÓcking life.
Next stop: Mykonos