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... out, being right beside it. After seeing the other huts we could have stayed in, I was very happy with our shack! After getting settled we met Allison and Kayla on the beach where we laid there almost all afternoon. We walked around a little bit to explore, realizing we were actually on a really nice resort with a few pools, bars and water sports. We got a drink and lounged by the pool before meeting up with the rest of the group for dinner. This island ...
The sea was calm again so we only did a little sailing and mostly used the motor to Mykonos, the most commercial and touristy of the Cyclades (with the exception of Santorini?).
Docked at the marina and caught the Seabus to port. We met a gay British couple at the bus stop (one was from Yorkshire). We were worried we might not get on the next Seabus because ...
... deciding on what to do for the evening. It was at this time that we met their friend, Filada. Filada was a half Greek, half Australian woman who worked on and off as a tourist guide and was a very interesting person.
The first night, we decided to go have dinner in Antiparos. After getting ready back at our place, we had a wonderful ride back to Pounta in the sunset. We met all of them in the harbor to wait for the ferry over ...
... brought world famous celebrities.
At lunch we decided to stay for local fresh seafood. An interesting fact is that although Mykonos is surrounded by water, there are not too many big fishes in this part of the Aegean Sea. They have small fishes, but all the big ones come for the body of water further north in Asia Minor, by Turkey. And that is why in Greece the fish are expensive and sold by the kilos by weight in the ...
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