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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 ...
Our ferry got into Mykonos around 3, so we didn't have time to do much before our family dinner. Rob and I did a walk around Paradise beach resort where we were staying. They had two clubs; Guapaloca and Tropicana. The resort was very cool, it had a Mexico vibe to it. We all went out for dinner at the resort. Rob chant and I split a pizza, and then we took a bus into town. We did a quick tour ...
... to make it worth it by buying 2 more kiwi fruits when we got there, and a packet of salt chips (Lays, of course). The trip was shorter than our ride to Drios, with a comfier bus too, which still ended up packed. It was immediately clear that Naousa was the main hub of Paros, with houses, restaurants and shops everywhere, a stark change from the 3 restaurant and a supermarket experience we had in Drios. Our apartment was really pretty and exactly what ...
... I would be collected by Stavros in half an hour. There was no apology from Stavros when he arrived, and he then told me I wouldn't be staying at the Young Inn which I had booked, but at Captain Dounas instead. It was a beautiful apartment complex however the attitude on Stavros me off and as a result I would not return. He worked the hotel manager, Anna, to the bone. Naoussa, whilst very beautiful and picturesque is very expensive and all the shops are boutiques, not ...
... our door and saw what everyone was talking about; it truly was an amazing site.
After sunset and some more work we grabbed a bite to eat across the road from the hotel. Back to work after a quick bite and then to bed. The next morning we woke to breakfast on the porch.
We packed up and headed back down to the port to board the ferry for Paros.
When we arrived at Parikia, the main port city of Paros, it was pretty late. It was the end ...