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Travel Blogs from Mykonos Town
... Thailand and started this blog thing, and have captured the thousands of beautiful photos that make this blog so remarkable. Because of that, you may be gone, but you will never be forgotten dear friend.
RIP- CASIO EXILIM 2009-2014
Now home for a few days to finish up some major dissertation work. Then heading on a hike to the Dolomites! Praise God the benevolent giver! Thanks for reading.
... island. Naxos, we noticed, has a completely different vibe from that of Mykonos. While Mykonos was bustling and crowded, Naxos seemed quite a bit sleepier and more relaxed. Whereas Mykonos was expensive and glitzy, Naxos was a bit more down to earth and affordable. Yet, Naxos retains all the charm a traveller would expect of a Greek island.
Our first step after a quick lunch by the docks was to find our pension. Thus we walked to the very south of Hora ...
... destination, they haven't looked back since.
Sunday morning Nathan and I woke up at the crack of dawn in order to catch our ferry to Mykonos. It was 5:45am, so we collected our pre-packed belongings and crept out of the room as silently as possible so as not to disturb our roommates from the Netherlands. We made our way to the Metro station along streets that were surprisingly bustling for six in the morning on a Sunday. Despite the ...
... with sandy beach overlooking the harbour. The shore is lined with little tavernas and cafés from which emanated the most exquisite smells. It got the better of my lovely and she decided (with a little prompting from yours truly) to avail herself of a chicken gyros. Now I should digress about the food. These Greeks don't seem to know what the real Greek food is like. I have tried to have some souvlaki ...
... swell that can be caused by ferries in a hurry.
This turned out to be a pleasant stopover. After BS arrived we explored the waterfront and discovered a great bakery where we bought a supply of bread and cookies the next morning.
Before leaving Vivienne and I took a long early morning walk and were surprised that we saw some very impressive villas. We assumed that this village is a retreat for some well-to-do Greeks from ...