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... day we get stuck with a flat to deal with before we drive to hora sfakion pronounced -***** ass fackeon- The kindness of strangers and a good rental company get us on our way. It's pouring. The roads are a bit slick so we follow the traffic to Virese, or virus if you like. Foreign language names are hard to remember so Paul calls it virus. Virus is the turning point for our next stop. Winding up and through the olive and bouldered countryside we cross ...
... and delightful maze of alleys and side streets. The area is a mix of Byzantine, Greek, Venetian and Turkish architecture. Tomorrow is a sea day. So we are just going to be lazy. The only thing we have to do tomorrow is meet face to face with Israeli immigration officials. We have an appointment with them in the morning. Those officials came on board in Barcelona. The following day we will be in Israel. It will be Happy Hour ...
... of the ship, a water taxi took us into town. Apparently there is "Paradise Beach", which we were planning on going to until we heard there's also a "Super Paradise Beach" in Mykonos. Obviously we had to go to the "super" one. We found a friend in town we had made on the ship the night before who was also searching for the beach. The three of us found a cab to take us there. It did not disappoint. It was everything you would expect a Greek Island beach to be, plus nudity ...
... storied building, spanning 5 1/2 acres, and was destroyed twice in its history, once from fire (roughly in 1700 BC), the second and later destruction from a major earthquake which ravaged Crete. Two factors are thought to have contributed to the end of the Minoan: the possible eruption of the volcano Thera and the rise of the Mycenean civilization upon Crete.
English archaeologist, Sir Arthur John ...
... Crete is massive!
So anyway, we head towards the bus station after breakfast and getting ready and jump on a bus towards Agios Nikolaos where we had to change buses. We buy our tickets to Istron and wait 40minutes or so for our bus to arrive. We see it arrive, and then take off straight away without anybody getting on. We immediately look at one another and hope that we didn’t just miss our bus, as the next one didn’t come for another hour. Aaron paces ...