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Another early morning and back on another ferry. Yes we are definitely starting to get sick of ferries. Once off the boat we waited for ages to get a taxi until Chloe got annoyed and stood in the middle of the road until one stopped. We checked into Eri Hotel which had a beautiful view of the mountains and beach. Jayde chilled by the pool for the afternoon while Chloe, Claire and Lauren walked ...
... 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 ...
... this is because it is a maze. I dropped off my buggy and walked back to the hotel/hostel.
After dropping off my stuff i went for a walk along the St George's beach. I walked right to the end, had a swim, then walked back to the other end of the beach and had a drink at the bar. I then walked back to the hotel/ hostel.
Here i meet some new roommates, did some reading, then headed out into town. I went to the main square, walked around, found a tour place and booked a tour ...
... checked it out.
I first walked along the beach, explored it, then found a spot to swim, was in the water for a few minutes, came out, then walked along the beach some more, then walked back to the hostel. I then got changed, read, relaxed and then left the hostel to find a place for dinner. I waked to the main square, found some more hire places, then looked around the main square, found a place for ...
... seeing the morning shopkeeper rituals: setting up their jewelry stands, drinking coffee, sweeping their spaces. While wandering the narrow lanes, I stumbled upon Little Venice, which is a picturesque set of buildings and restaurants that are constantly smashed by the sea surge and thus have an Italian canal feel, and the famous old windmills. It is a charming town despite the bourgeois shops and Euro yachtie culture.
The short ride to Delos ...