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Friday 30th October
On the ship until 2.30 when we left by tender for the short service to Mykonos, one of Greece's most popular tourist islands. Here we wandered for an hour with Cindy & Mike before grabbing a well deserved beer in a cafe overlooking the famous windmills, formerly used to grind the island’s grain. The houses are all white washed pretty regularly & the streets, ...
... 447 chapels in Mykonos, population of 3500, 3 or 4 priests. The priests are called upon to celebrate "Name Day" at the persons selected chapel. Name day is more important than your birthday, you invite guests to the chapel and serve wine and food, which are the gifts which they bring, or you take them out to your own home. Name days are to be remembered and taken seriously. If you forget someone's name day you will not be spoken to again!
... and loads of restaurants. I ordered a greek salad which was seriously the best I've ever had.
Back in the car and I essentially followed the coast around stopping to enjoy different beaches and bays. It was one beautful spot after another. And had I been keen I could have easily gone for a swim because they were mostly sheltered from the wind.
When I arrived back at the port in Parikia, I decided to stop for a nap on the beach. Well ...
... who still thought he is a kid.
So many laughs watching the boys trying to not fall in on the wipeout type course.
We had to revisit the water park 3 times.
Greg, Riley, Jordan and even Zara were impressing those watching, with their ability to run across the long, unstable tube run without falling in.
I think ...
... from coming and going from and to the Island. This wasn't such bad news. It meant I got to go shopping on the Island-the cheapest island to shop at and it also meant that we could celebrate Holy Friday on the island. The Greek Easter is at a different time to the Catholic Easter.
I have never been to a Greek Easter mass before. It is so beautiful-thank you, Panos and Stelios, for being kind enough to take Beth and I. On the Friday they have what looks like a ...