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... we are a good looking group ( I may be a little bias!) best dinner yet.
fancy dinner. Champagne. Beef duck. Delicious
Kamela made friends last evening. And swam and played most of the day
excellent duck enjoyed by Grandad
everyone looked so nice all dressed up
Gramma Jo loved finding Kamela in the pool splashing with her friends and dancing a little Zumba
Time to head south, well almost. Katabaka was 170km away or 5h on a direct train. The train cars were packed with Greek folks and many international tourists, successfully preventing me from a sitting position. Standing by the window and staring pointlessly at passing objects in far distance, I tried to gather positive thoughts. Thoughts that pictured me in my Kalabaka lovely hotel room lying on my bed and sipping a properly chilled can of ...
... casino saw Sooty and Mat,s eyes light up. We then went ashore to mykoness and walked around. It was lovely. Just like you see in a post card. White houses and blue trims. Everything was white washed even the trees. It a maze because of the pirates. We got lost but eventually found our way back to the boat. Watched the show on board and then rocked to sleep again. ...
... to Ios they decided they loved the place so much that they wanted to move there, and they have been there ever since. I can't tell you how tempting that sounded, literally ha ha.
The next morning we had about 4 hours before our ferry to Santorini so we got back on the ATV'S and continued exploring the Island. We took the 2 hour ride to Homer, the writer of the Odessy's, tomb. The tomb was all the way on the other side of the Island and not really ...
... turned out to be many Frappé's (a sort of iced coffee with a big hit!). We arrived in Mykonos & got our first taste of GMT (Greek Maybe Time) as we waited for half an hour for our bus driver to appear to take us to our hostel. We then got our first experience of Greek Island driving, if there were road rules we didn't see any. Our resort was 'Paradise Beach' really only paradise by name! This was our first introduction to European beach culture, €4 for a deck chair & another 4 ...