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... on the beaches and enjoying life. I took full advantage! Travel tip: try the local Naxos dish called Rosto, slow cooked pork stuffed with garlic and pepper in a tomato sauce.
- My overall experience in Italy was mixed. Sure, there were places I enjoyed and I'll likely make a return trip. But overall, I never felt comfortable there. I always felt like I was being more of a bother than accepted as a tourist visiting. I get ...
... so do we, and they provide a bit of entertainment in the absence of internet or
worthwhile TV, now that Bill and Polly have left. The lovely view from the
terrace only provides just so much interest!
The next few photos are from the main town and port,
Parakia, which has some lovely bougainvillea ...
... move could cause blockages in the antique Terra cotta plumbing, but equally, to handle soiled tissues, manually, presented dangers to our health. The solution, created by a crew member, came in the form of a fine vellum sack, from the softest hide of kid deer, into which we threaded a twine of plaited calamari. In this sack, we placed our paper waste, then flung the sack far out to sea, weighted down by a fibre glass genuine reproduction of a bust of Socrates. We ...
... mostly pottery and statues from as far back as 10,000 years ago. At the museum I learned that Naxos has been inhabited as far back as the 10th century BC. In fact, from about 900 to 700BCE the Cycladic civilizations were enjoying their own little golden age. The then city state of Naxos had its capital at the same place as the modern Hora Naxos is today!
The good times would not last forever however, and in the 5th century the city state fell under ...
Naxos is the largest and most mountainous island, 3,294 feet above sea level, topped by Mount Zeus. It rained this morning so we couldn't take our hike up the mountain so we took the bus. There is beautiful marble in the mountains. We went up to an old quarry where "they" left a statue just laying on the ...