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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
... morning. We had a nice breakfast outside that has great views of the beach and the Temple of Poseidon, really cool. After breakfast we went into Lavrio, a town close only 10 km away to go to the post office to mail our tax returns and get some supplies at the supermarket. We stocked up on water, drinks and got some hot fresh straight out of the oven bread, proscuitto, salami for lunch and/or dinner. Back to our hotel and ...
... stringed instrument that looks and sounds like a mandola or over-grown mandolin), a few one or two-aisle mini-markets, and a single gas station at the far end of town. Zaros has pretty much everything you need in a Cretan mountain village. We loved it. But after thoroughly stuffing ourselves with home-made cakes and pastries and Keramos coffee, we needed to burn some of those calories so we rode northwest out of town and began yet another series of ascents and descents through ...
The stay in Poros was really good, and it was a bit sad to go. But if we don't keep on the move we wont get enough time in the Islands.
Today we are setting out for the Island of Kythnos, of which Kith nos is the main town. There are no Marina facilities as such, but we are looking for an anchorage. Brian Stuart and Diane got up at about 7, woken by the church bells in the church about 15m away. Bloody loud and sounded ...
... parted leaving a distinct, blue line held down by the sky above.
The road became more playful as I cycled along. It dove back towards the mainland, scooped down and through and then raced back towards the sea...never losing sight of the waters nor the touch of the small mountains toes. It was delightful. It was joyful and easy but my feet were roasting alive. Even though the sun had long since dispersed the clouds and the roads desicate and ...