Aphrodite Hotel & Apartment
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This morning I woke up feeling great, not the same story for everyone else after last night. The morning was nice and relaxed which we all needed. It was a good day to hang around the hostel as the wind was relentless. After a late gyros lunch our group walked down to the beach to go speed boating. Our first stop was at a small cave in the middle of no where. We had to swim from the boat which was about 40m away. I was ...
... to the hostel dripping wet - no such luck, barely even warm, so scratch that idea. I bundled myself up in a sweater and blankets and got warmed up. Thennnnnn my phone falls on the ground and the screen gets all smashed and now I'm like soooooo over the day that I went to bed at 8:30 or something ridiculous.
Good news though, I'm in Greece, and life isn't so bad when you're here, no matter what is happening.
Until next time,
... community along the one main road. The sight was fantastic and the view was great. The sand was that squeaky white stuff that I loathe so much but the water was incredible yet again. The only problem was the wind because the sand would just fly everywhere. We got checked in and when we had asked Ainsley for an upgrade earlier in the week we had assumed she was going to move us from a the room we were in which was a tent with no power to one with power. Instead we ...
Being a resilient and superior human being I had recovered by the next morning! I went down to the beach at the resort and chilled out, and then we bused it into the Mykonos town to have a look that afternoon. That night, feeling somewhat better, we got together and went out for a couple drinks with the Busabout group but again had a fairly early night.
... started off getting a little lost, but we weren't the only ones. We stopped at a random beach and a Spanish couple came over to us to ask us where we were. We didn't know either. They don't have real maps in Santorini, at least not what we found. We were working off one of those resort maps. Trust us, they are not drawn to scale. After getting back on the road we headed to the Red Beach. The sand and rock walls ...