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... disembarked- seasick, tired and hungry.
That's us - before the seasickness hit..... That ship was rolling!
This is evidence that we are journaling...any chance we get...this pic is taken at the airport, awaiting our flight from Athens to London ...
After a full night of steaming along at 18 knots, the ship drops it anchors in the crystal clear azure waters off Mykonos. No berthing on docks here, it all passenger to shore via tender boats. The town of Hora is busy with a couple of cruise ships in town. The main town is a myriad of narrow little pedestrian lanes, with the foot traffic occasionally interrupted by little trucks and vans that somehow squeeze through the narrow openings and corners, ...
... also super laid back, at least in late May, especially compared to Santorini. In five days here we saw stretches of beautiful white-sand beaches and aquamarine waters with only a few people here and there. We rented a car two days and drove around much of the islands, visiting scenic centuries-old villages tucked into the hills, winding up the steep slopes of Mt. Zas, and driving along the panoramic north coast past dozens of isolated ...
... had lunch in a small restaurant next to the monastery…. Overall we didn’t really enjoy lunch as although it was traditionally Greek, it was not our taste. Back on the coach, we then briefly stopped at Kalafatis Beach, this had coral sand, but it looked like the locals and visitors were enjoying it. Although the water was warm Geoff would need Reef Shoes on his pansy tender feet.
We then went on a walking tour around a labyrinth like maze of tiny streets. The ...
... 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 ...