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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... and our boat didn't leave till 2.30pm but ended up not leaving till nearly 3pm. I caught up on my blog which for some reason has been made more difficult as I haven't been able to open the app for the last three days and so I had to do it through their web site. So four days have been written up in this manner and now I'm back on this fast jet boat the app opened so I'm back in business. Lets hope when I'm finally able to sync it picks up all my other entries. So ...
... water to swim in, although I imagine to be very busy during the summer months. I didn't make it to the winery, as I had had enough wine at this time. Asked for a white wine with lemonade and asked if I wanted a lemon squeezed into the wine!?! There was a wee boat which took people over to the beach from the port in Naoussa for 5euro. I wasn't overly impressed with Naoussa and probably could have done with one night spent here, however it was an experience. And on to Ios!!!!! ...
... We pass through quaint villages and plunging cliff faces. Our first stop is at Amitis beach, and then soon onto Abram bay. We all did a little beach scavenger hunt picking up nice rocks and driftwood for some inspired art work when we get home. The beach was amazing, all made up of polished pebbles which crackled like fireworks as the waves moved them in and out. We made it to Apollonas by lunch time, so stopped into the small beach ...
... packed. So I followed a young boy (who seemed very proud to have gotten my business) to the centre of town and booked into my room.
Being late in the day, I decided to hit the only supermarket in town for some dinner snacks, and stocked up on yoghurt (Greek style - yummmm!) for breakfast. It was then time for some late night chilling in my room, complete with cheese, bread and olives for tea.
When morning came I was keen to ...
... but this was an opportunity to see Naxos in more detail. In the meantime I slept some nights out on the deck of the boat under the stars in that nice summer breeze.
Naxos, the largest and greenest of the Cycladic group of islands, has been inhabited since at least the fourth millennium B.C. and has been famous since ancient times for its sources of marble for Greek sculpture. It’s an island of green ...