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We took a short ferry ride (1 hour) from Paros to Naxos and we noticed right away that Naxos island has a totally different feel and pace from Paros. Naxos city (also called Chora) is the largest city on the island with 6,500 residents and has been inhabited since 1000 BC. Just as you enter the port a huge marble arch greets you that is the former temple of Apollo. We were picked up at the ferry and drove a short distance to our ...
... to Parikia, visited the cathedral and the archaeological museum. The archaeological museum in Parikia is one of the few museums with original sculptures from the 6th and 5th centuries BC and not Roman copies. The weather was starting to get worse, so we got into the shelter of our car, drove around the whole island, going through each town while trying to find a place to have a coffee. No luck in any town on Paros island, everything does close down in ...
... it we thought it an idea to get some fresh air and scope out somewhere for dinner.Being Sunday and being end of season Naxos was exactly how we imagined Mykonos would have been with very little open and of those that were very little interested us.
In the end we did the unimaginable and again grabbed some noodles for dinner and headed for home.
The remainder of the night we spent booking and finalising ...
... right on the waters edge complete with Venetian balconies.
From here I headed back to the hotel meandering through the streets. On arriving Nirmala informed me that Dimitri would be at the hotel lobby at 12 midday to arrange our transfer to St John Villas so I went to the room packed up and was eagerly waiting for him to turn up.
... zufällig treffen, sind befreundet mit Ria. Überall gibt es ein Küsschen links, ein Küsschen rechts und einen kleinen Plausch. Man kennt sich und man schätzt den Austausch. Niemand ist zu sehr in Eile. Das Leben entfaltet sich langsam und es wird in vollen Zügen genossen.
Beim Wandern sammeln wir frischen Rucola, Thymian und sogar Oliven für unsere Mahlzeiten vom Wegesrand ein. Die Eier im Kühlschrank kommen von den Hühnern der Nachbarin, der Wein zum ...