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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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It's really hard to believe that two months have already gone by and I'm now in the final phase of my trip. I'm very much looking forward to a lot of the things I have planned for the next few weeks, but at the same time, I'm definitely ready to enjoy the familiarity of home and see my family again :). Constantly moving around to different places can get pretty exhausting both physically and mentally, and in many ways it has been a growing experience for me - I'm ...
... seaweed that was really dense. At first I thought they were sea eggs.
The highlight of the day would have to be the herd of about 40 goats that crossed the road in front of us. Every goat had a large bell around its neck and the music from these bells was amazing. It was like someone was playing the xylophone! We stopped and listened for about ten minutes. Some of the larger goats were standing on their hind legs and eating out of the trees!
... face war. The answer was 'No', and Greece was attacked.
In Naxos Town today all the primary and secondary school children marched and drummed their way to a Cenotaph and laid wreaths. Tomorrow is a public holiday and the whole town celebrates.
We hired yet another small car and set off north around the coast over more hills and fertile valleys and climbed up to the tops of rocky, misty mountains ...
... little bays protected by hills with a few expensive looking resorts and hotels scattered here and there and the occasional private mansion overlooking the water. Many derelict and partly completed buildings probably left over from before the GFC with no chance of ever being finished. After a long chat with a local, it was all even more depressing as he believed and was very vocal about the state of the Greek economy and it's ...
... island imagery to the world. It's charming, confusing, and wonderful. The small quarter with the moniker "Little Venice" was appropriately named, especially with Venice so recent in our past. There was no finding an alley once you left it. But we were happy to remain in the small alleys because as soon as we ventured out towards the water or into an open space, the wind was an immediate reminder of our day at sea. We learned that Mykonos is known as the windy island, ...