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... then headed to a taverna that had tables on the water front. I ordered food and ate, drank and watched the sun
set over the sea. After dinner i went for a walk into town. I found the Venetian fort, had a look at some of the shops and then found a t-shirt printing place. Here i got my "keep calm and travel the world" t-shirt. I walked around some more and then headed back to the hotel. Here i used the WiFi, then went to my room, watched a movie and went to bed.
... up some souvenirs, had a look at some shops, some of the ruins and the church. I went to the shops and picked up some supplies, then went back to the hotel and changed into beach wear.
I then went to a quad bike hire place and tried to hire a buggy, but they had sold out, so i got a quad bike. From the hire place i went to a petrol station, filled up the bike, then left the town and headed down south. I came across the first ...
... the hotel, collected my bags and walked it down to the port station where i waited for the ferry. Soon the ferry arrived and i got on, left my bags in luggage storage and went to find a seat.
It was only 1hr to Paros, during that time i read. When the ferry arrived i got off after collecting my bags and meet with people from the hotel who were providing a lift to the hotel. It was a short trip to the hotel, then i got my room, unpacked and went to bed.
... dreaded Minotaur, a monster that was half man half bull.
Every year 7 boys and 7 girls were sent out from Athens to try and slay this monster. The kings son had told his father that if managed to slay the monster he would hoist a white sail, in fact the son did slay the Minotaur but sadly had forgotten about the white sail.
Well that's the history lesson over.
We will soon be arriving in Marina Zeas, Athens, where we spend the night before disembarking tomorrow ...
We had been in Loutra, the small port on the northeastern side of Kythnos Island now for three days. It had taken Kathie two days before she had recovered from the very bad sea sickness from the trip from Poros. The first morning after arriving we awoke from a restless sleep tied alongside Jonathon's K3; he had told me the night before that he would be leaving around nine in the morning and heading for Turkey with his ...