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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The view from the ship of traditional white houses with blue trim was unmistakeable Greek! We took a water taxi from the ship to Mykonos to walk around town and enjoy the picture-postcard views. The weather was slightly warmer than yesterday and we enjoyed a rain-free day. The sun actually shone brightly this ...
... but with the wind stronger than the day before and the sky looking rather bleak we were not too fussed. The fact that we had seen little of the island didn't overly play on our minds as we had used the time to relax and plan the next month of our trip in addition I think that we were a bit depleted when it came to caring about ruins, churches and temples.
So it was off to the port where the real Greek adventure began.
... associated travel agent we had booked this trip through so that we could get our ongoing ferry tickets and an itinerary. Eventually we found the building but it is now a souvenir store and had been for some time, this certainly left us scratching our heads.With time getting on we finally stopped and enjoyed the last hot rays of the afternoon sun with a coffee and a tea before grabbing some supplies, picking up our washing and heading for home.The night was once again ...
... we were ready. It all begun in and around the streets of Ios, the 'alley' party's and then by the afternoon it slowly moved on through town, over the hill like marching ants, and down to 'far out camping' where the party continued with a beach, pools, Bacardi Breezers and a Dj! In and amongst the excitement I managed to take my eyes off my havianna flip flops for a whole of 10 minutes and now they are no where to be seen. But hey, travelers karma the thongs (flip flops) ...
... we attended the birthday party for Cathy on board of Wave Runner and had quick meal in a small restaurant in the old market in order to catch a "concert" in the basement of the most prominent Venetian house in town. It was packed with people, mostly fellow sailors and we all enjoyed listening to Prince Oliver a guitarist from Athens. Bas had a very animated talk with him during the break while we all sipped a glass of malispelo. ...