Andros Prive Suites
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... would proceed to name his favorite authors: Hemingway, Steinbeck etc...If he thought of other writers, he would tell us on his way out. I suppose it would not be so bad to entertain a seemingly lonely guy but but he was so loud and often shirtless. That is not what you wanted to deal with in the morning. =)
We would bump into others we did like. It was nice to feel like we were locals. The waitress would ask us each time if we will have the usual, and ...
... to - great bodies and to look it. One kinda like Prince William but perhaps more because of his accent and the other a shaven George Michael and we think although he lives in Manchester with the other guy he's originally from Greece. They gave us some ideas of what to do in Mykonos but they also confirmed it's pretty much as it is the sun swim and relax kind of place. 'William' worked in a business advisory service and 'George' as a trainee plastic surgeon and they come ...
... watch our footing. On approaching the beach area of our hotel we noticed there is even more super yachts parked up in our bay - they are huge and impressive to look at. Having showered we are having a 10pm light meal outside at our hotel. For the first time the evening is pleasantly warm rather than uncomfortably hot. Hand washing already done we'll complete the blog and go to bed. No thoughts yet as to what we might do tomorrow - this does seem to be a very beach oriented ...
... most of the sun, pool and beach but thought we needed to do at least something while we were here. On our last day we did a boat tour to a few spots around Ios. Like everything it was a party speed boat with music and tanning beds out the back. We went to a private beach, went snorkeling and had lunch, then cruised around on the boat and saw a group of huge tuna…over 1 metre in length! Our super hot boat driver said that he’s never seen anything like it ...
... the Venetians used it as their main fortress in these islands after they conquered it in 1207. We toured the archaeological museum in the castle and a wonderful Venetian family museum in the tower that had been their house for hundreds of years. We ended up with a private tour of the tower which gave us much more insight into their lives than what we would have gleaned from just looking at their ...