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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.
... last morning in Naxos we would make for a beach a little further afield. This morning we boarded a quick 20 minute bus to Agia Anna. While quite similar to St. George's beach near us, this was nevertheless a good change of scenery. As a plus this beach had ample lounging chairs which help save me from becoming a human sand dune by lying on my beach towel yet again.
Before we knew it we were back on the ferry, headed for our third Greek island: Paros.
... 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 ...
We lifted anchor at 7:30 and unfurled the sails and had a very pleasant but short lived sail out of Naousis Bay. As soon as we were out of the bay the wind turned to our nose and we were faced with another day of motoring. We checked in with BS at 8 am who were still at the marina and on their way to the bakery. We agreed to meet at Finikas. Mid-morning we decided to chance course and have another attempt at sailing but after about an hour ...
... a significantly different wind and sea state; waves of 2 meters and wind gusts up to 7 B.
As the conditions were rather unpleasant we decided to motor to the closest protected bay. We followed s/v Onset with Bill at the helm. He had sailed this waters before and he guided us around and between a few small rocks to a protected anchorage. We dropped anchor at 12:30 behind Wave Runner, who had left early ...