Travel Blogs from Mykonos
When I'd mentioned to Pepe "I’m really hoping to use this time in Mykonos as a retreat to relaxation" he laughed. After spending almost 3 weeks in New York City and virtually home every morning at sunrise, my mind, body and soul just needed to relax. First night, we were all tired, and we virtually ate something and went to sleep. Ok, good …
... Thailand and started this blog thing, and have captured the thousands of beautiful photos that make this blog so remarkable. Because of that, you may be gone, but you will never be forgotten dear friend.
RIP- CASIO EXILIM 2009-2014
Now home for a few days to finish up some major dissertation work. Then heading on a hike to the Dolomites! Praise God the benevolent giver! Thanks for reading.
... top, and a tad embarrassed when we stopped to talk to a German documentary maker who had carried a giant Hollywood caliber video camera all the way up the same path we had climbed. If stood on its back the camera was probably half as tall as me, and most likely weighed a ton. We also talked to a brother and sister from London who were travelling the Greek islands together.
Upon our return, we cast aside our sweaty clothes and washed our weary bodies in ...
... and set a direct course for Finikas. This is a small fishing village on the southeastern side of Siros which in addition to a small harbor for fishing and pleasure boats also has a fair seized naval base/harbor which housed one rather dilapidated frigate (not a great confidence builder for the Greek navy)! The outside quay of the fishing harbor provided very good anchorage as long as one is careful to " keep of the quay" to prevent damage ...
... and apparently had the same idea. During our passage we kept looking behind us to make sure that BS was OK. Bas and Margreet had decided to pull out there genoa and were motor sailing! They had called ahead to the little yacht harbor in the town of Naousis and got the last available mooring spot.
Once we safely anchored in the protected bay it was difficult to belief how rough the weather had been ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPoseidon Hotel Mykonos
Perfect location, right at the bottom of the "hill" and small walking distance to Mykonos town. The swimming pool was my lifesaver. Pool/Bar staff were sensational and attentive to all my drinking (and frappe) needs!
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