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... picked up so we are literally rocking and rolling back and forth. Rather eerie when you can't see outside anymore. I guess they have done this trip numerous times. Time to go and find something to eat I think. OMG. Never take the fast jet from Santorini to Athens. Nearly eight hours later we finally arrived! Some of the kids threw up as well as some adults in the rough bits. No fun. Never mind we are here now and in our hotel where we'll be for the next three ...
... and in Santorini. Had a good chat - they had only arrived today, and they’re visiting Santorini after Mykonos, so boy are they in for a treat.
At 6PM we all piled into the free shuttle bus provided by the hotel, and took the half hour ride onto Mykonos central. We had a look at the famous bars Babylon and Jackie O’s. Apparently these places don’t really come alive until about 1AM - so forgive me if Im not around for that. We had ...
... go to church, it's easier to feel like it's Sunday and a day separate from the rest of the week. When you can't make it to church, you are faced with a decision to make. Even when this happens, I still put on a dress and make myself as beautiful as I can in honor of my God and as a reminder to myself what day it is...you act how you dress I have been taught, so it's helpful for me. Some people don't need to do that, but for me, it's helpful. You find ...
... us towards the place on the beach just up the other end of the bay. So we hit that up and it was amazing. It was run by an English woman who had married a Greek dude so had a bit of both worlds. Kicked off with dolmades and tzatziki as per usual because you can always tell if it's good by those two things alone! And then mixed it up with some Greek-flavoured pasta salad and a piece of fried cod which seemed like it would be a nice break from the usual greek ...
... and eating lunch at a local establishment. Little Venice consists of a series of houses that were built on along the shoreline. As the area is quite pretty and has sweeping views of the sea, it is both a tourist trap and photographer’s paradise. In the 16th and 17th century pirating was common and the area around Little Venice was used for quick loading and unloading of goods by merchants. Mykonos’ year round winds make it a ...