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... have only just arrived on the island. The medical authorities were checking their health and a few of the women in the group were washing clothes and laying them out on the rocks to dry.
Back on the ship we headed to our final port of call - Mykonos. En-route Bruce joined a tour of the navigational area of the ship that he found very interesting. When we reached Mykonos the ship was moored several ...
... and presumably workable windmills.
The final few photos are from a return to the pretty little
fishing harbour of Aliki for an evening meal. This time, no table in the water,
as we staged the last time we were here, but instead we ate on one of the small
stone jetties they manage to pack with ...
... only go up the hill BACKWARDs (in reverse) ... a life lesson Steve will never forget! Also, the Fiat was also not designed for the rugged terrain and proved quite a challenge to get back up the hill. I can't describe the scene of the 10 of us trying to get our vehicles to climb back up the hill as it was frightening and quite frustrating for many in our party ( I fear they will read this passage and slip back into the panic that we all shared). It ...
... until 10.30!! We played Deal or No Deal on the ship, didn't win but was fun. We also went and watched, who wants be a brazilionaire.... There is so much to do on the ship. We then had cocktails with the Captain and some staff, which was fun also....lots of art work to look at, which of course is being auctioned. They have four auctions on this trip, so might go look at the next one .... We then went to dinner, it seems like that is all we do, eat, eat and eat again! The food ...
... piled on our plates. We enjoy sitting on the roof watching the amazing bright orange sunset (which is much better than in Oia).
Again another day and more sunshine. We relax in the sun and sip a daquiri before making our way to the tiny airport to leave Greece. None of us want to leave this magnificent place on earth.
"A ferries toe" Greece (thank you - though unlikely to actually be spelt this ...