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Friday 30th October
On the ship until 2.30 when we left by tender for the short service to Mykonos, one of Greece's most popular tourist islands. Here we wandered for an hour with Cindy & Mike before grabbing a well deserved beer in a cafe overlooking the famous windmills, formerly used to grind the island’s grain. The houses are all white washed pretty regularly & the streets, ...
... storage areas led people to believe that the owners were secretly pirates. Some of the houses have now been converted into bars and cafes and little shops and galleries. Little Venice is considered one of the most romantic spots on the island and many people gather there to watch the sunset.
The windmills can be seen from every point of the village of Mykonos and are the first thing seen when coming into the harbour of Alefkandra, ...
... you see at least five churches, maybe more, all honouring various saints.
This place seriously caters for the rich (and glamorous) and given the current currency exchange I almost have to blindfold myself to walk through the narrow cobbled streets past all the designer shops. And then there's the restaurants, so many to choose from offering traditonal and international options from cheap gyros to 5 star and supremely expensive gastronomic options.
... Mykonos is way too pricey for a budget traveller.
We then went home and celebrated our last night out together at Paradise Club which is a mega club (although it was pretty empty) and danced our little socks off until 5am. I could’ve kept dancing but decided to get some sleep before we had to check out at 11am the next day and take the ferry back to ...
Our lunch consisted of a Pork Chop with broccoli and a creamy type potato. The Pork Chop was battered within an inch of its life and cooked ten minutes too long – there's an asterisk against the meat we order on board with information about undercooked food making you ill. This piece of pork my friends was that tough I needed a serrated knife to cut the bugga; it was that thin I could have used it as a frisbie and there was certainly no chop. Why they say it’s a ...