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Our last day on Santorini and we awoke to another glorious day so it was hard to leave. After another delicious breakfast served to us by our gracious hosts we thought we'd better have one last walk to take in the views and walk off a little of our breakfast. Impossible to walk it all off. It was tortilla and some kind of pastry as well as grapes and cheese accompanied by the freshly squeezed orange juice and black brewed coffee. We had to be out of our room by ...
... was wailing - we thought it could be another argument among some feisty Greeks which we have already heard our fair share of thus far. It turned out to be three goats tied at the legs moaning for their freedom. We saw a white van pull up and grab the goats and chuck them into the back. It's sad in the beginning but it opens all of our eyes up to how the food chain actually works and what you see on your plate at home ...
... a huge boat moored at Psarrou, it is called the Maltese Falcon, it is an 88 metre super yacht with 3 huge masts, 60 metres long. It is a very serious boat worth $100 million plus. It is chartered at $500, 000 per week plus expenses, and the very same yacht we saw at Aster Beach in Athens, then again while we stayed at Naxos, and here it is again where we are staying at Psarrou Beach, Mykonos. We watch some of the Brazil-Columbia game then eventually head home, Brazil win ...
... I would be collected by Stavros in half an hour. There was no apology from Stavros when he arrived, and he then told me I wouldn't be staying at the Young Inn which I had booked, but at Captain Dounas instead. It was a beautiful apartment complex however the attitude on Stavros me off and as a result I would not return. He worked the hotel manager, Anna, to the bone. Naoussa, whilst very beautiful and picturesque is very expensive and all the shops are boutiques, not ...
... and was almost an hour late. The ride over to Paros was rough but I managed to fall asleep in my chair which was similar to one on a plane. I was sitting next to Michaela so she woke me when we arrived. Luckily, because two people in our group slept through the stop and ended up on the wrong island!! I wasn't staying at the Busabout accommodation again so I looked through the crowd and found my name and followed a lovely lady to a car waiting to take me to my hostel. I ...