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... accurately, alleys, twist & turn every 10 m apparently to fool the pirates. It was quite windy & coolish so we returned to the waterfront & had another drink & a plate of the best fried squid that we have ever tasted. Luckily for us the wi-fi worked well so we all caught up on correspondence etc.
At about 6.30 we returned to the ship & were in bed by about 9pm after a pretty lazy ...
... of us decided to head back to the ship as the wind was almost intolerable, especially along the coastline as we walked back to the bus terminal. We could have had dinner at a Mykonos restaurant, but decided to return to the ship for wind and chill reasons, also I didn't want my health to deteriorate. Pity that we didn't have longer on this Island which seems to be so beautiful, except for the winds! Better some time than none.
... s adventures is coming to a close. In a few days we catch a ferry to Athens. Airplanes will take us to Munich, Vancouver, then Nanaimo. It's hard to believe that a 104 day journey has gone by so quickly. We may have stayed longer, but the Schengen would have kicked us out anyway. Next stop - summer cruising in the Gulf Islands. We started our journey in the Bahamas - a quick peek at a beautiful place, with beautiful people. We will never forget the wonderful times we ...
... but then again we were kind of afraid to do anything that could annoy her. She was in the end a very funny women and a great host. That evening the whole group went out to a secluded restaurant on the waterfront called Krios beach and bar. We had an amazing dinner, we all sat by the beach and watched the sunset, we got to smash some plates, and got taught some traditional Greek dancing. It was such an amazing evening with great people and a great atmosphere. The following day ...
Four hours later we arrived at the island of Paros and were immediately greeted
by the hotel con-artist, telling us that in the town we wanted to go to
'everything was closed' and that we should stay at his hotel. For EUR10 ppn
this was tempting but I am glad we turned down this offer!
Instead we caught the bus to Naoussa, a pretty fishing village. We wondered
around the winding streets in search of a hotel but ...