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... br> found a pair of shoes in pink that are so comfy, thought I would get the white ones but none in my size so left with just one pair. After a couple of shops decided I would get the black as well. They are so comfortable I think I need more!
A bit more shopping later I had a new shirt, handbag, pack of cards, Greece cd, some more presents and I think that's it.
Stopped to get a taxi and ...
Woke up a bit blah. The others got up had brekkie and headed to the beach. Decided I wasn't going to get any better staying in the unit so went down for a swim. Lovely. Not as warm as the mainland but amazingly clear.
Went and saw Nikos for lunch. Back to the sun beds and David went and got my goggles. He is a good husband. Went in and found some fish to look at.
Left Athens are 12 and went out to the airport for our 4 o'clock. Had a very relaxed wander and check in. Plane up, plane down and we are on Kos. Checked in, found the supermarket and got necessary supplies, beer, ouzo, nibbles etc. Back for a swim and pre dinner ...
... we actually ended up having a nice time there. Ios was spent reading, swimming and beers on the beach in the evening. We upgraded our accommodation to what was described by many as a dog kennel. But this tent came with beds so it felt like luxury. We weren't intending on going to Santorini but had little choice because it was part of the journey to Turkey. We spent a couple nights there with a group of kiwis and Aussies, (our first kiwis in our whole ...
... castles built with the desecrated remains of roman and Greek wonders, so that was no great loss. After arriving in kos and dropping of my bag at my hotel, I procured a scooter and spent most of my time exploring the island. I had a really great three days zipping round the island, exploring the little villages doting the mountains, ranged from mega touristy (Zia), to quaint and sleepy and even the odd abandoned village slowly falling down. I stopped off at random beaches ...