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... me of the movie Shirley Valentine. We opted to take the shuttle bus transfer to the town as we were warned that the main road was narrow and busy and not really suitable for walking. Once in the town we decided to explore by foot as there are so many beautiful narrow cobbled streets with unique shops and restaurants. Being the end of the Mediterranean cruise season we were fortunate to only have ...
The stop in Mykonos was uneventful and pretty relaxing. OK meal in a local joint and the streets are famous for being a maze which has a sort of charm. We didn't have lovely weather but just a bit overcast and windy.
All in all, an OK place but we much preferred Santorini.
... hopped to three different bars and took advantage of cheap drinks and free shots. We all danced on bars and had an amazing night. I have a confession to make. I did not intend on putting this in my blog but I know that if I don't there are too many people who will dob me in anyway. So I have always bragged about how I have never thrown up whilst drunk because i am clearly a machine... Well this all came to a messy end that first night out in Mykonos. Let's ...
Siros is the capitol of the Cyclade Islands. Greece has about 1000 islands divided up into
3 sections. We’ve been visiting the
Cyclade portion. Only 300 of the total
islands are inhabited.
Every island has its own personality. Siros is a bustling commercial and
administrative hub. It has a number of
... and eat and drink so anywhere hot will do.
I got us passes to one of the lounges at Gatwick, which was a bit dull but had breakfast and flew out on a less than glamorous, but half empty Easyjet flight and within a few hours we were sitting at a restaurant in the sun sipping cocktails.
The week went by quick and we met lots of interesting people. It was very much the end of the season so everything was getting fairly quiet in the evenings, but I can imagine ...