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Today started like the last few. An early wake up for me and a nice gentle sleep in for Lisa. Today Lisa was happy to make breakfast and did a wonderful job. The day started cloudy and we weren't sure whether it would be a good day to camp out at the beach for the whole day. We decided to go anyway and the cloud cover soon moved to a beautiful sunny day. The water was amazing and fresh like ice to our warm ...
... out, being right beside it. After seeing the other huts we could have stayed in, I was very happy with our shack! After getting settled we met Allison and Kayla on the beach where we laid there almost all afternoon. We walked around a little bit to explore, realizing we were actually on a really nice resort with a few pools, bars and water sports. We got a drink and lounged by the pool before meeting up with the rest of the group for dinner. This island ...
... to mention an entire meal. It tends to be healthier, and financially more favourable, not to have to eat out every night. We have embraced Greek cuisine. Sometimes, though, it's nice to cook up a 'comfort' meal. Angelina did that the other night. We had some sausages, boiled, then fried. There was cucumber and tomato, pan-fried potatoes, and kernel corn! Maybe that is a sign that we need to come home for a little while? Or not. We have had some amazing restaurant meals ...
... br> Coincidentally, as we were coming back, there was another super motor boat in the marina. It was the Zaliv III (google it) . We took a closer look at it, and it was sensational. Theres the Rich, and then the mega rich. Well it is now 10.50pm and we have a 5 am start for our 48nms trip to Santorini. Hopefully we will be there by lunchtime, and we can get a mooring. They do not take bookings, and usually it is very busy this time of the year.
In WW2 the Greeks said 'no' to the Italians and so a
national holiday (Oxi Day - 'No Day') is held on 28th October. Keen to take
full opportunity of the three day weekend and the chance to explore an island
before the winter, we booked ferry tickets to Paros.
As we left Piraeus early on Friday morning it appeared half of Athens had also
decided to leave -
the ferry was absolutely packed with people and their ...