Maggina's Studio Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my friend Shivaun and it was delicious and fresh! Yesterday we all went on a cruise to visit the smaller islands around Paros. The boat anchored at various swimming spots and everyone dived off the boat into the sparkling water for a refreshing swim. After a couple of hours we stopped at private beach on a small island for another swim and lunch. On the menu for lunch was squid, Greek salad and souvlaki (chicken and pork skewers). After lunch everyone washed their plates ...
... town. This road had some great scenery, of the farm areas, the dam and the views of the island.
We got back to the port and i walked back to the hotel/ hostel, i dropped off my stuff and then walked to st George beach, walked along to the end, then came back to the other end and walked back to the hotel/hostel. Here i used the WiFi did some reading, relaxed, did some packing and got ready for the next day.
I then walked into town. I went ...
... and found a car hire place near the main square. Here i decided to hire a buggy. Very simple to use and easy to hire. I then left the town after getting some petrol. Driving along the main road heading towards the beach, my hat blew off and disappeared – there was too much traffic so i could not stop. Goodbye hat. I drove through a small village then past some touristy parts of the beach, then along a dirt road that became very bumpy. Soon i arrived at Plaka beach. I found that the ...
... of people waiting for the ferry. The ferry was only 5 minutes late.
I got on, left my bags in storage and found a seat. Once on i sat, used the internet, updated and ate lunch – left over cold pizza. I also did some reading. It was only a 45 minute trip and as soon as the ferry arrived in Naxos i got off, grabbing my bags and heading for the dock. I had found out that the hotel/hostel sends a van to ...
... cheese and sun-dried tomatoes, spicy gigantes beans and tomato salad and a corn/potato salad. We also orded up a carafe of wine that was measured by the kilo. I had visions of a Dan Meyer-style problem where my students had to figure out the volume equivalent. I suppose wine is probably not teenager-appropriate. We capped a stellar meal with several games of backgammon and some icy colds back at Anna’s house as the almost full moon brilliantly lit up the ...