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Today was a public holiday (see yesterday's entry) and everything was closed except the cafés which were doing a great business. The sun was out for a lot of the day too.
The school kids were out in force again with their marching and drumming and having a great time. There were priests and lots of dignataries laying wreaths and then more marching and drumming through the lined streets. It was quite moving to see.
We love the Greeks. They ...
... bottle which was only 12% proof, and he did have some pure distilled raki which David said you could fuel a rocket with! We laughed all the way home and figured we were probably his best customers for weeks!
A bit further on we came across a lovely bakery in a little village and bought 2 bread rolls, a piece of milk custard cake and two small yummy cakes. It made us feel better about the bag of motley fruit! ...
... Kastro (castle). Caleb was once again the star attraction as he joined the troupe in a traditional dance. He broke a wine glass accidentally on his way back to his seat, but got a laugh from the spectators when he cried, "Opa!" His enthusiasm and lack of self-consciousness are key reasons for our having chosen this age to embark on our world travel. He's old enough to remember all of the crazy stunts he pulls being too young to have unlearned how to let loose. ...
... riding the bike. He likes it ALMOST as much as he likes kiting.
After our little rest stop, Ron and Linda took us to Soros beach where we snorkeled and then had a great meal on the beach.
The restaurant on the beach had great big bean bags to sit on and we all enjoyed a great meal. Brian had a really good squid ink risotto, some of the black sauce he invariably got ...
... nice harbour. Outside the restaurant, several fresh squids were hanging out to dry. We saw a traditional Greek pita shop and wanted to order for takeaway but the owner told us it is still low season with very few tourist so he only have souvlaki for now until the season starts next week. But we prefer gyros pita so we thank him and decided to return to Parikia for food. Our bums were aching by now, almost 5 hours on the bike most of the time so we settled in a small ...