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The view from the ship of traditional white houses with blue trim was unmistakeable Greek! We took a water taxi from the ship to Mykonos to walk around town and enjoy the picture-postcard views. The weather was slightly warmer than yesterday and we enjoyed a rain-free day. The sun actually shone brightly this ...
... but with the wind stronger than the day before and the sky looking rather bleak we were not too fussed. The fact that we had seen little of the island didn't overly play on our minds as we had used the time to relax and plan the next month of our trip in addition I think that we were a bit depleted when it came to caring about ruins, churches and temples.
So it was off to the port where the real Greek adventure began.
... The location we had and the view were both amazing, opening our door onto our private balcony that looked over the pool surrounding buildings all the way to the sparkling blue water.The various hotels and houses with their blue domes and shutters on blinding whitewash walls were just like the pictures and the visions that had been playing about in our heads.Our first stop from the hotel was the very short walk down the hill to the beach, given the time of year that we ...
... last two days. That was fortunate because my leading edge deflated and that meant that the kite just sat at the edge of the window fully powered and without me being able to edge my board to slow it down. Luckily I was close to shore and I ended just a little downwind of the kite school. It was time to call it a day.
We had already planned for Nami to show us how to make homemade orecciette pasta. We were going to stop after ...
... homeless people on the street and got told by a man on the street to always walk around in a group so that no one mugged us... The current economic crisis in Greece was quite apparent during our visit to Athens. A lot of shops were shut down and their was a lot of homeless people on the streets. It was sad to see, and according to the people in Greece that I talked to about it, it's not going to end any time soon. On a completely different note, I pulled off ...