Travel Blogs from Agios Prokopios
So for my somewhat final leg of my first summer traveling escapade, I met a really good friend and spent a couple of days in Mykonos, Greece. Not much to say besides that it was amazing. The people were friendly and beautiful and the food was incredible. Not to sound like Capt. Diva but the beaches were not as amazing as I expected, but the party scene certainly was. Felt a little too old for all the parties as I was ...
... top, and a tad embarrassed when we stopped to talk to a German documentary maker who had carried a giant Hollywood caliber video camera all the way up the same path we had climbed. If stood on its back the camera was probably half as tall as me, and most likely weighed a ton. We also talked to a brother and sister from London who were travelling the Greek islands together.
Upon our return, we cast aside our sweaty clothes and washed our weary bodies in ...
... The town is made up of clusters of white square buildings with blue shutters and doors. As we found out today while talking with a local, in order to maintain the islands motif it is actually illegal for someone to build in a different style. The centre of town is in theory a pedestrian only zone, though motorcycles and Vespas do occasionally sneak their way through. The alleyways are quite narrow, making it quite easy to get lost. That being said ...
The weather forecast predicted winds of about 4 Beaufort and we left port at about 11 am expecting a short and easy passage to Naousis bay at the north end of Paros island. We had a bit of a challenge leaving as a neighbor's anchor was over our chain. There is a special technique to untangle the chains and anchors and we are becoming an experienced team at perform this maneuver. As soon as we were out of the harbor ...
... shower a distance off outdoors. The room was fittingly described as a shoe box by another member of the tour group. But it's a private shoe box with a power plug and free wi-fi within range, so for the price I guess that's luxury. Towards the end of the day, I'm glad that I've planned the rest of the trip as a solo mission - less techno music and watching other people eat bread and drink ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility