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Travel Blogs from Tinos
After a week in Crete it was time for a week on the island of Paros - a much smaller island further north and closer to the mainland. We took a ferry to Paros by way of a night on Santorini. Santorini is the most popular vacation destination among the islands. Tom did some research and found us a good deal at hotel overlooking the caldera and a perfect location to watch the sunset; known to be magnificent.
We took ferry leg number one from Crete ...
... to play at my feet.
I slept in the following day and woke up to shower. My four bed dorm was empty until one person arrived whilst I was showering, it was a kiwi bloke and he was about to head out to hire a scooter and ride around the island for the day. He invited me along and I grabbed the opportunity to be in the company of someone else. First we stopped at a little beach and he went for a swim while I sat on the rocks. We then caught a five minute ferry across to ...
... to die for. We tried to go back again but sadly they had closed for the season. Perfect timing, or the worst? We’re not sure.
September 27, 2013
Today we ventured to the other side of the island, the beach! The ocean is very pretty here, it is very clear water so the different shades of blue created by the ocean floor makes for very beautiful scenery. There were only two restaurants open on the beach ...
... going to get around. Our guide, Kylie, tells us when and where we need to be and she handles the details of getting us off to our next adventure.
Like I said in the last post, I am here to eat, drink and get a tan. It's been lovely to not have to think about anything else.
... after coming off the back of six weeks of intense busyness and constant crowds.
We spent the rest of the morning relaxing at our hotel waiting for our early afternoon kayak safari to start – this started from the watersports stand right across the road from Far Out and was run by an Aussie named Troy. Following a brief introduction we all jumped into kayaks and paddled off across the bay – the kayaks were all doubles or triples so we got to share, ...