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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, ...
... an important source of income for the inhabitants. Their use gradually declined until they ceased production in the middle of the 20th century. Their architecture is similar. They all have a round shape, white colour and a pointed roof and very small windows. Such windmills are found in almost all Cyclades islands.
Unfortunately we were too deep into the town to see the sunset over the sea. After walking through a variety of ...
... A smartphone is a great idea until you realize all your technology is bundled into one device and when it breaks you've got nothing. I missed out on some cool photo opportunities and had to travel without my music. Also navigating around without Google Maps is pretty tough. Much respect to Christopher Columbus and Lewis & Clark!
- Lastly, missing out on football season back at home. I would love to spend my Saturday and Sunday drinking beers ...
... chairs and tables. Robert had to cross the road to order and pay, and we had to watch for traffic racing around the corner, very interesting.
After this we headed back to the apartment. We drove via the airport to have a look as we were leaving the island soon by plane and were interested. the runway actually went over the road and there was a traffic light on the road to indicate to stop, when a plane was taking off. We ...
... They were used to make flour out of barley so they could bake bread.
One eccentric oddity about Mykonos is its pelican. The pelican, Petros I, was caught in a fisherman’s net in 1955 and was adopted by the people of Mykonos. The Petros we saw today was either number 3 or 4. He’s allowed to wander the streets and is their mascot of sorts.
We enjoyed our day. Tomorrow it is back to Kusadasi, ...