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... the ideas we had had. On the boat, he started the engine, which had spontaneously remitted, called his two friends who had stayed at the shore and slowly drove the boat towards the pier, to discuss the possibilities they had. We now suspected that there was a reason that the engine problems we had experienced had started when the fuel tank was half empty---perhaps the machine sucked air in the tumultuous swell of the sea, or perhaps a full tank would exert ...
Day 32 Arrived at our lovely hotel close to the quiet little port and beach of Ornos, after a relatively short 2 hour ferry ride. First impressions of Mykonos have us thinking the attraction to the island is its reputation as the 'party island' of the Cyclades, rather than its beauty. A rocky and bare terrain, dotted with the white buildings we are becoming familiar with, it is still the destination for the wealthy ...
... beaches. I found it but is was all in Greek and nobody was there to help me. I walked back up and decided to take a different route and pretty much got lost. I knew I was too far across to the one side and was on my way to the opposite side when I bumped into Lila! We chatted a while and confirmed that she would pick us up tomorrow at 10.30 for us to catch the ferry to Mykonos. What a small world this is. She pointed out the general way and I was soon back at our house.
... ladies, which is not uncommon at all. Not much going on here, so we ventured on to Paradise Beach. There was still a small crowd but many places to eat. We spent $12 on a very good margaherita pizza and Greek salad. And, of course, a good greek beer. rich and Beth's 4 wheeler was causing too much heat build up on Beth's leg, so they decided to get back to the ship and Beth was to get a massage.
Teena and I trudged ...
... rush up on deck to rearrange the fenders so as to protect our
lovely Orca. So many skippers were unused to their charter boats and if the
truth be known they would most likely have no recent experience and just the
bare minimum license, hence our concern.
The next two days we were stuck in the marina due to very
high winds blowing from the south, combined with the wake from the ferries
berthing not more than 500 ...