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Travel Blogs from Paros
31/01/14 - So as for accommodation, I'm not sure where we will be staying just yet. Once we can book our passes with Busabout, We can then book all of our accommodation through them.
Our Island hopping tour, for us, is going to be about relaxing and getting ready for our massive 5 month trip! I'm sure we will have a few nights of drinking. But I'm not a massive drinker anyway, I will prob just stay out partying without drinking.
After a week in Crete it was time for a week on the island of Paros - a much smaller island further north and closer to the mainland. We took a ferry to Paros by way of a night on Santorini. Santorini is the most popular vacation destination among the islands. Tom did some research and found us a good deal at hotel overlooking the caldera and a perfect location to watch the sunset; known to be magnificent.
We took ferry leg number one from Crete ...
... 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.
When I arrived in Mykonos, it was the first time I felt like I was actually on vacation.
I've been traveling for six weeks now and have loved every minute it of it, but I was ready for a “real” vacation . You know, the kind where all you do is eat, drink and worry about your tan.
... The view from the windy roads was quintessentially Greek Islands! Old windmills, whitewashed Cycladic houses, and even a couple of goats lay against a backdrop of Aegean blue. It was pretty romantic! We even lit a couple of candles at the local church. We took it easy that night, ordering pasta and enjoying the lights as they glittered from across the bay. It was a sensational way to spend our first day in ...