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... have only just arrived on the island. The medical authorities were checking their health and a few of the women in the group were washing clothes and laying them out on the rocks to dry.
Back on the ship we headed to our final port of call - Mykonos. En-route Bruce joined a tour of the navigational area of the ship that he found very interesting. When we reached Mykonos the ship was moored several ...
... s been, and so very scenic, but
there is so much of the world still to see. We are also a bit tired of Greek
food, and very tired indeed of the stupid acceptance in Greek culture that it’s
OK to wipe your bum and deposit the result in a bin to sit there smelling,
instead of fixing their drains or spending a ...
... Express, a ferry ship whose misguided approach of the bay cost 83 lives 15 years ago. Another option was to go to the shore by dinghy, walk to Naoussa, rent a motor bike and go inform the Yacht services in person. But I felt I could not leave the boat behind and the next rental would probably be a long walk away. We could also ask one of the other boats around us, but then how could they help. Ideas came and went. I thought I should do this more often. The morning ...
... and a few others, including what they think was the treasury of all Greece, so it was a very influential place in it' time. About 20000 people were slaughtered after a peaceful lifestyle here for hundreds of years, by a smaller race of people who had a problem with the Romans so they took revenge on Rome by killing nearly all the inhabitants, in just one day! The place has been uninhabited since the 4 century AD when a ...
A whole day in Mykonos...where to begin. After breakfast on the terrace, we headed to town to catch a ferry to Delos.
Delos Island is one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece. It was a holy sanctuary and according to Greek mythology, the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis. Today it is subject to ongoing excavation by the French School of Athens.
The site is huge and the couple of hours I spent the really only scratched the ...