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Travel Blogs from Siros
... our door and saw what everyone was talking about; it truly was an amazing site.
After sunset and some more work we grabbed a bite to eat across the road from the hotel. Back to work after a quick bite and then to bed. The next morning we woke to breakfast on the porch.
We packed up and headed back down to the port to board the ferry for Paros.
When we arrived at Parikia, the main port city of Paros, it was pretty late. It was the end ...
... brave face and we kept on going. We didn't quite reach the beach we were headed for as we were running out of daylight but I washed my legs in a cute little fishing port and then we lay down at another little beach before heading back. We cooked dinner in our little kitchen inside the dorm room and watched the sunset from the top of the hostel.
The following day I slept in and chilled out. I then went out to explore the island. I went to the old town and visited a church with ...
... chose one and lounged for the entire afternoon. We finally tried the traditional drink that we had heard so much about, Ouzo. It was tasty, similar to Sambuca on ice but drank as a cocktail. We eventually made our way back to our hotel for a quiet night. We made some sandwiches for dinner and finished season 5 of Sons of Anarchy. Ios has been nice, but if we ever come back we will definitely make sure that it is during high ...
... 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.
... then went to town passing at least 10 stray cats on the way. They all look fed but are very scared once you get near them. Some of the shops were still open as it was a Saturday afternoon so we browsed a few of them. We then had supper overlooking the port. For coffee and dessert we went near the square that they were playing volleyball at with blaring music and lots of people. We then went up all those stairs to get back to the house and believe me with a full stomach it's even worse.