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... 337 AD). Filada also showed us the portion of the Venetian Castle which they rebuilt with the Parian marble.
We walked through the labyrinthian streets (purposely built this way to slow down invaders) and ended it at a nice little cafe where we all enjoyed some coffee.
Since Filada lived near Parikia and she had brought Nami down to town, we now needed to take Nami with us on our scooter. Brian had already ridden ...
... After that we had time to get a coffee and explore the village. There were a few shops, that sold the usual souvenirs, i had a look at the shops and then went for a walk.
Soon we got back on the bus and drove to marble town. Along the way getting some good views as we got to the highest points in the island, seeing some amazing churches and small little towns, also going on windy roads. At the marble village our guide walked us to the ...
... this is because it is a maze. I dropped off my buggy and walked back to the hotel/hostel.
After dropping off my stuff i went for a walk along the St George's beach. I walked right to the end, had a swim, then walked back to the other end of the beach and had a drink at the bar. I then walked back to the hotel/ hostel.
Here i meet some new roommates, did some reading, then headed out into town. I went to the main square, walked around, found a tour place and booked a tour ...
... checked it out.
I first walked along the beach, explored it, then found a spot to swim, was in the water for a few minutes, came out, then walked along the beach some more, then walked back to the hostel. I then got changed, read, relaxed and then left the hostel to find a place for dinner. I waked to the main square, found some more hire places, then looked around the main square, found a place for ...
... the Greek Orthodox style (with a red or blue-colored dome), they may increase the size of their building. Most land is cleared of the rocks on it and those rocks themselves are used in the construction of the houses.
Mykonos is a larger-than-you-think island that runs longest from north to south. Epic winds constantly sweep across the island from north to south, which is why they located the burning garbage heap (how they dispose of waste) on the ...