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Travel Blogs from Naxos
... Thailand and started this blog thing, and have captured the thousands of beautiful photos that make this blog so remarkable. Because of that, you may be gone, but you will never be forgotten dear friend.
RIP- CASIO EXILIM 2009-2014
Now home for a few days to finish up some major dissertation work. Then heading on a hike to the Dolomites! Praise God the benevolent giver! Thanks for reading.
... We ended up getting an early night in order to wake up early for the bus the next day.
Friday it was time for a bit more adventure. Therefore, Nathan and I grabbed the 9:30am bus to Mount Zeus, the highest point in the Cyclades. The one hour bus ride to mount Zeus actually only covers 20km of terrain. However with winding mountain roads, random traffic jams and the occasional stop for the driver to say hello to a friend the ride took quite a while. The ...
... Mykonos's famous nightlife, as cover alone at a club here will run you a minimum of twenty euros. However we did try out Greece's signature drink, Ouzo, as small bottles of it are quite cheap at local stores. I wasn't a huge fan, as it tastes like quite strong black licorice, but Nathan enjoyed it.
Tomorrow we leave Myknonos behind and make for Naxos, the next island on our Greek Island Odyssey. I look forward to more adventures across the sea there!
... just come from Paros. Naxos and Santorini and have lived their holiday escape. They head back later in the week. We share a great meal and then head off through all the lanes if shops and look around. We head into a bar and enjoy cocktails, it's a bit strange sitting in a bar with the kids but they have their mocktails or virgin cocktails as they are referred to here. It is a perfect summers night and the moonlight shining on the water is quite ...
... a significantly different wind and sea state; waves of 2 meters and wind gusts up to 7 B.
As the conditions were rather unpleasant we decided to motor to the closest protected bay. We followed s/v Onset with Bill at the helm. He had sailed this waters before and he guided us around and between a few small rocks to a protected anchorage. We dropped anchor at 12:30 behind Wave Runner, who had left early ...