Apollon Hotel Paros
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... from the town and shuttle buses were provided to transport us there. Bruce finally achieved his ambition to go swimming in the Aegean Sea - about 6.30pm we found a beach with a lot of other bathers and he waded in and had his swim. His verdict - warm and very salty - but he enjoyed the experience.
The ship sailed from Mykonos at midnight and berthed at Lavrion, near Athens, at 6 in the morning. We were asked ...
... pounds on an automatic
bidet toilet seat that requires no paper use at all, or a cheap macerator to
grind everything to nothing. OK rant over.
Now off to Venice for a night before getting on our cruise
ship, Le Lyrial, heading for the Croatian islands.
Bye for now,
Richard and Christine
... the ideas we had had. On the boat, he started the engine, which had spontaneously remitted, called his two friends who had stayed at the shore and slowly drove the boat towards the pier, to discuss the possibilities they had. We now suspected that there was a reason that the engine problems we had experienced had started when the fuel tank was half empty---perhaps the machine sucked air in the tumultuous swell of the sea, or perhaps a full tank would exert ...
... community left the island. Anyhow, it is full of all sorts of mosaics, temples, statues and a lot of houses in some sort of restoration or another. The museum in contrast is quite small and doesn’t take long to go through.
The boat trips to get here are the best bits. We smash through a 3 to 4metre swell and everyone is a little green by the time we get back. Sean had some chocolate in his bag and this took ...
... roofs speckle the landscape, as do seemingly pointless rock walls. There are literally rocks everywhere. Mykonos is very brown and dusty. The only color breaking through comes from the colorful windows and beautiful plants with bright pink and purple flowers. The wind on the island of Mykonos is relentless. In Adelaide, where I'm from, wind like that would almost be considered extreme weather. The first night, we went into town for some Greek food. Walking through town ...