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... to turn motor on, stop auto pilot etc if necessary. One of the guys from Australia is a lobster fisherman so with his boating knowledge and John's we figure we'll be fine!! The sailing bit remains a bit of a mystery to us all though.
We headed back to the tavern for dinner then back to the boat for first night sleep at the wharf and then setting sail in the morning.
Today we set sail about 10.30am after waiting for lots of other yachts to ...
... third day when literally applying what we thought was mosturizer, my god your skin gets dry when the sun's shining and the wind is blowing, and we both realized that nothing was getting absorbed into our very dry skin. Tye decided that it might help if he added water.....of course you can guess what happened!! Suds galore. Needless to say I left my soap in Santorini and asked for help when replacing it with much needed lotion in Naxos!
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... it got too hot, the next morning, but in reality we didn't get out the door until after 10am, which is when the hotel stopped serving breakfast. It was also Sunday, so nothing was open. We went for a walk along the Venetian wall and hopped down, when we saw a place open, to grab an iced coffee and some doughnuts. We were clearly no longer in tourist land, as the waitress spoke very little English. We jumped back on the wall and headed to the coast. We walked back ...
... way from the same place we have gone to previously which was nice because the lady is so lovely and she gave us a discount for being repeat customers.
By the time we returned we had certainly worked up a sweat again so we headed down to relax by the pool for a few hours ahhh it's so gorgeous here, just perfect. We met a lovely couple from LA when we were at the pool, they were so sweet and genuine.
As tonight ...
... sand I sat waiting for the bus to take me home. I managed to jump on the express bus to Fira then sat around at the hub waiting for the next bus to Oia. The bus station was just as hectic as it was the previous day with people everywhere and buses tooting their funny sounding horns. On the bus ride back to Oia two cute little Turkish boys sat next to me. They were only 9 years old and spoke really good English and kept asking me lots of questions about my ...