Naxos Sun Studios (Naxos)
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... socialising and catching up with each other. The people we have spoken to are really friendly and have a good chat to you. The elderly ladies in the street usually give you a big smile and say 'Kalimera'.
We took the little red car and headed off South to look at some temple ruins and some of the beaches. Demeter's Temple ruins were from 500BC with an amazing backdrop of mountains.
We were the only people there and I think we only saw about ...
... more winding roads.
The scenery is quite spectacular and not how I imagined a Greek Island!
At one road junction we came across a Greek man selling fruit from the back of his truck. He came over to the car and was keen to chat with us telling us his wife was from Sydney. He then insisted we go and look at his fruit. He told us he came from six generations of farmers on Naxos.
He kept ...
Naxos was a wonderful choice for our first Greek island experience. With accommodations 150m away from the beach and 200m away from the town's main promenade, we were perfectly positioned in Chora. Caleb's schooling routine now established, he began the day with 1hr "Phys. Ed." With dad on the beach, 2hrs of the R's with me, lunch, and then time to explore before dinner at a seaside taverna. What bliss.
Beyond the town lies greater Naxos: tiny villages ...
... last morning in Naxos we would make for a beach a little further afield. This morning we boarded a quick 20 minute bus to Agia Anna. While quite similar to St. George's beach near us, this was nevertheless a good change of scenery. As a plus this beach had ample lounging chairs which help save me from becoming a human sand dune by lying on my beach towel yet again.
Before we knew it we were back on the ferry, headed for our third Greek island: Paros.
Perfect breakfast. Bakery doesn't open till 10 so I got hot steaming bread straight out of the wood fired oven. With jam and butter; and Greek yogurt, honey, dried banana, and oats; and fresh French press coffee; and a spectacular view of the dock and *old market*. Windsurfing! A kuffufle led to Alex being my instructor which was awesome, cheeper and better. Harder then I thought but I nailed it for my first time. *Beach starts*. ...