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... picked up so we are literally rocking and rolling back and forth. Rather eerie when you can't see outside anymore. I guess they have done this trip numerous times. Time to go and find something to eat I think. OMG. Never take the fast jet from Santorini to Athens. Nearly eight hours later we finally arrived! Some of the kids threw up as well as some adults in the rough bits. No fun. Never mind we are here now and in our hotel where we'll be for the next three ...
A walk around the peninsula revealed a beautiful beach with long stretches of sand, and crystal clear blue water. Found a spot under the filtered shade of a tree, spread out our towels and spent most of the day dipping in and out of the sea. Finished off with a seafood dinner and Ouzo on the house! Perfect.
Time for a bit of adventure! Donned on some helmets and climbed aboard a Quad bike for an amazing ...
... it we thought it an idea to get some fresh air and scope out somewhere for dinner.Being Sunday and being end of season Naxos was exactly how we imagined Mykonos would have been with very little open and of those that were very little interested us.
In the end we did the unimaginable and again grabbed some noodles for dinner and headed for home.
The remainder of the night we spent booking and finalising ...
... everyday tourist. I believe people who holiday there have money and found the shopkeepers only to be interested in those who buy. 125eros for a bikini from Brazil! The backstreets of the old town are lovely to walk through, beautiful flowers and pele obviously take care and pride in painting their buildings, however there is a snobbery about the place where dining is also expensive. Many French, German and Spanish tourists here. Lots of seafood. Kolymbtheres beach is ...
We rented a car to tour the mountain villages of Naxos, the largest of the Cyclades group and also the greenest. The hills are covered with gardens, orchards, goat pastures and vineyards and the roads twist in hairpin turns. We stopped in Chalki for lunch (onion pie) at a restaurant that had clusters of grapes hanging above the ...