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... more of the largest island in the Cyclades archipelago. We drove through the interior of the island while stopping at various archeological sites, farms and small towns. The air was much colder in the high elevations and we were glad that the traffic was minimal on the curvy narrow roads that barely allowed one car to pass through. In addition, there were other obstacles on the road to slow us down like goats and donkeys. The ...
... went through the town starting at 2pm and all the shops and stores were closed. We soon found out that the businesses close from 2pm to 6pm and it was best to do any shopping in the morning. We explored Naoussa's small port, a ruin of a Venetian Castle at the end of the breakwater and the narrow alleys/paths within the city. There were numerous artsy craft stores and funky cafes that attracted our attention, but all were closed for the season. This is one of ...
... 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.
Still sore and moving a little slower than usual but finally got ourselves up and ready and caught the bus to Fira and then another bus to Firostefani to have another nice meal at Galini's.
Once again we enjoyed the view, fine food and being able to get some work done. We took the bus back down to Fira and then the bus to Katerados and stopped at the grocery store for a few
more things for dinner and headed back to our place to fix our dinner and relax.
Up to another delightful light breakfast ;) , then off to the bus stop to catch the local bus to Oia (pronounced ee-a). We were worried we had missed it, but in usual Greek style is was running a little late. We wandered through Oia, hit the cash machine as we were again almost out of cash, Rob bought some shorts to replace the ones that didn't come back from the laundry in Crete, I bought a lovely blue dish, then we bought a beautiful glass piece that ...