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... accurately, alleys, twist & turn every 10 m apparently to fool the pirates. It was quite windy & coolish so we returned to the waterfront & had another drink & a plate of the best fried squid that we have ever tasted. Luckily for us the wi-fi worked well so we all caught up on correspondence etc.
At about 6.30 we returned to the ship & were in bed by about 9pm after a pretty lazy ...
Strong chilly winds.
About 5.30pm we arrived at Mykonos and I was relieved to be feeling much better as I dearly wanted to see this Island which spans an area of 85.5 square kilometres and rises to an elevation of 341 metres (1,119 feet) at its highest point. There are 10,134 inhabitants (2011 census). From the ship we boarded a bus to be taken to a bus terminal, and from there we walked into the village, also known as Chora. Dimitris, ...
... the two story buildings separated by narrow lane ways. We saw alley cats everywhere.
After a shower (3 euros for a real shower ashore) we headed off for dinner and were surprised to discover all the shops were now open?
We had dinner with Colin. Ouzo, sea brim (John chose his fish) and veal (Rachel). Had a nightcap on the yacht before turning in.
... which he proved by showing us his koala collection - so we got discounts for being Aussies. In the summer he works 22hr days, sleeps in his house upstairs for 2hrs and does it all over again. He has 35 properties and owns the entire shopping building he was in, so clearly just does it for the love of it. We didn't look in any more jewellery stores after visiting his! Mykonos was quite a successful shopping venture, much more than I anticipated. It helps when you have ...
... our lunch, some fruit, bread and cheese, we laid out our towels and had a private picnic at the water's edge. For a short time, unbelievably clear water and such privacy made us feel like we were the only people on earth. Our lunch tasted better an any bread and fruit we'd ever had and the swim in the cool water was heavenly. After about an hour, we tore ourselves away from our little paradise in search of one final beach Leigh had read about, Agios Ionnis. On the way to ...