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... the sea on the other side of the island, so we crossed over some large hills and drove along the waters edge and reached this town. We had a bit of time to explore here as well, so i walked along the beach, explored the town, got a gelato and wandered around some more. We then went to see this giant statue of dionosysis, still lying where it was carved in a quarry. After a few pictures of this we got back on the coach and used the north coast road to get back to ...
... this is because it is a maze. I dropped off my buggy and walked back to the hotel/hostel.
After dropping off my stuff i went for a walk along the St George's beach. I walked right to the end, had a swim, then walked back to the other end of the beach and had a drink at the bar. I then walked back to the hotel/ hostel.
Here i meet some new roommates, did some reading, then headed out into town. I went to the main square, walked around, found a tour place and booked a tour ...
... checked it out.
I first walked along the beach, explored it, then found a spot to swim, was in the water for a few minutes, came out, then walked along the beach some more, then walked back to the hostel. I then got changed, read, relaxed and then left the hostel to find a place for dinner. I waked to the main square, found some more hire places, then looked around the main square, found a place for ...
... to go to work. We saw the elephant man, dancing girls, danced on the tables and had lots of fun.
I walked around drank and had a lot to drink, by the end i was stumbling around, then we all headed back to the bus to take us back to the resort. Once at the resort i walked down to the taverna, had some desert and then went to the resort pool bar, had a few more drinks and talked with some of the others, then went off to bed.
... remained in use until the early 20th century.
There are 365 churches and chapels on Mykonos, most endowed by sailors safely returning home during the 17th-18th centuries. Here, the sun shines 300 days a year, and the winds keep the average temperature at 28 C (82 F). The maze-like, narrow streets crammed with shops, restaurants and dwellings are stimulating. We enjoyed good Greek food here, of course, and ...