Aeolos Sunny Villas
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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 ...
... is the 3rd largest island in the Cyclades and was initially populated during the 5th millennium BC. During the Mycenaean Period (1200-1000 BC) a fortified citadel flourished at Koukounaries that is near Naoussa. There is an ancient marble quarry on the island that was used by the Greeks to build the Athens Acropolis and various temples. The weather was sunny and warm during the first day, so we decided to walk the beach and through the small town on ...
... out to the supermarket to pick up some dinner supplies, unless we had the ability to cook from scratch which we didn’t the supermarket offered little so we put together a makeshift meal of pot noodle and funsize kitkats washed down with some ice tea. It was to be honest more than acceptable.Once dinner was done we sat down to organise our trip and quickly realised that flying into Lyon was a stupid idea and ...
... that would tear at your clothes and skin if you got to close. Wasps buzzed around in the blistering late morning sun, despite the heat. We were relieved that we had thought to bring 3 liters of water with for the journey, as we drank every last drop.
In the end we made it to the summit, 1,003 meters above sea level. The mountain is said to be the birthplace of Zeus. With a view like the one we saw, I can see why. We were quite tired when we made it ...
... to site of Apollo's Door - believed to be doorway of intended temple that was never finished. Lovely sea side location. Great views of neighbouring islands. Number of people swimming. Lots of german tourists here as well.
Back to unit early afternoon. Cheryl not feeling well so i read while she slept.
Late afternoon we walked along the St George Beach just 50m from our unit. Very enjoyable and quite relaxing. Stayed on ...