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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Free parking
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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 ...
The sea was calm again so we only did a little sailing and mostly used the motor to Mykonos, the most commercial and touristy of the Cyclades (with the exception of Santorini?).
Docked at the marina and caught the Seabus to port. We met a gay British couple at the bus stop (one was from Yorkshire). We were worried we might not get on the next Seabus because ...
Today we have decided not to do an organised tour, but to do our own thing as none of the tours really excited us and who needs to go to the beach when you come from Australia... As the ship was at anchor, we again caught a tender to shore, and started exploring. Mykonos turned out to be a beautiful experience. It was actually very pleasant to be able to wander around at our own place, instead of the rush of a guided tour. As expected it does look a lot like Santorini, with ...
... in little Venice with a view of te ocean and the famous windmills. Embraced Greek culture with a saganaki and a fish in the oven. Made our way back to the hostel to lie by the pool and go for a swim in the ocean, swam out to the rocks and soaked up the amazing views and pristine water. Dinner we had down by the beach, yet again embracing the culture had haloumi and mulsaka Tonight was the closing party of paridiso however since the most exciting part of the night ...
... will end up essentially off-roading. Six inch potholes are approximately six inches deeper than a Smart Car can handle. Overall I would have to say that in week one I have made great strides towards locating this ever elusive ‘now’ rather than my usual ‘what’s next?’ and have managed to slow my brain to a delicious crawl without falling into my usual lack-of-productivity ...