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Travel Blogs from Naxos
... was the homemade apple marmalade they served with the toast. I liked it so much I ended up asking if they would sell me some of it and they did. They put some in a jar for me and agreed to hold it in their refrigerator until we came back from our day on the island.
After breakfast we headed to the Cave of AntiParos. The cave has been known and famous for over 2000 years. There is an inscription describing a Christmas mass in 1673, held in honour of ...
... and also searched far and wide to find some sunscreen with a reasonable SPF and some sea sick tablets.
Once I had completed my shopping I grabbed my gear and caught the metro to Piraeus port. I had asked the hostel lady whether it would be easy to find my way around the port and she said yeah sure, you hop off the metro and you will be able to see all of the port right infront of you. First I had to purchase my ticket and went to the closest travel agent to do that. The ...
... to die for. We tried to go back again but sadly they had closed for the season. Perfect timing, or the worst? We’re not sure.
September 27, 2013
Today we ventured to the other side of the island, the beach! The ocean is very pretty here, it is very clear water so the different shades of blue created by the ocean floor makes for very beautiful scenery. There were only two restaurants open on the beach ...
... going to get around. Our guide, Kylie, tells us when and where we need to be and she handles the details of getting us off to our next adventure.
Like I said in the last post, I am here to eat, drink and get a tan. It's been lovely to not have to think about anything else.
... it was a bit of a dud of a night, with me falling asleep prematurely and Laura and Matt forgetting where to go. However, there was an excellent gyros at the end of the night so not all was lost.
The next morning, we headed back to our beach and basically did nothing for a few hours. Actually, we did nothing for the whole day. That night, we headed out to a beautiful restaurant near the port. The seafood was AH-mazing and ...