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June 26, 3:15 PM -- Some cafe, Filoti, Naxos
It is an up-at-dawn, pride-swallowing siege
I'm not a cyclist or a hiker, but I do lift a lot of weights
The goal today was to make it from my room in Agia Anna to the summit of Mt Zas (Zeus) on my own power, via bicycle and eventually foot.
I woke up this morning feeling absolutely dead. I felt like I had no energy whatsoever. The accidental bicycle adventure, while it didn't produce any soreness, ...
... politely asked if he had a girlfriend. "No, I'm gay." Ah, ok... keeping my eyes on the road, "Do you have a boyfriend?" "No." Ah, ok... He then asks me, "Do you want to go for a walk with me?" I politely declined. The fact that he was gay did not scare me, it was the fact I was in his car with him. This was my first hitchhiking experience (probably my last). Fun times. I didn't quite make it all the way, I had to turn back before the sun went down. Tomorrow, ...
... reading a book or something and they come down and sit near you. GREAT.. THANKS! how am i sposed to focus on my book now. I just wanted to relax and read but someone turned the high beamers on. Dont get me wrong, its not a bad thing, its just not fair. Paros was like a massive go cart track. No traffic at all. Perfect roads. Beautiful views. It was all hilly mountains, s bends and hairpins. And there were so many ...
... perched overlooking the Aegean sea - brilliant if you're human. But for donkeys, the cliffs just mean pain as they tirelessly transport fat englishman after fat englishman up the 700 steps from the port to the town, barely having the energy or the inclination to avoid their own excrement. You definitely feel sorry for these donkeys, working for the man, terrible working conditions, 40 degree temperatures. And it's not like they're on ...
... island which is commercial free and has a population of only 300 people. We lazed on the pebbly beach and ate lunch. Our last stop for the day was Oia. Nikki and I decided to stay here to watch the sunset. The rest of the boat cruise went back to Fira Skala. I was going to catch a donkey up the 300 steps, but it was a little expensive and I thought my weight on these spindly legged donkeys was cruel. So we opted to walk up. 300 steps later and my ...