Mykonos The Last Stop
A gorgeous island known as a jet set playground, it is incredibly popular with tourists. It is a very expensive island in comparison with the others we visited. There is no bargaining at all, the shopkeepers are just not interested. They actually seemed kind of bored and didn't really care if we bought or not. As a result I didn't bother buying much. I much preferred Kusadasi for shoping and bargaining, it was much more fun.
Most buildings are sugar white and absolutely wonderful and most have very colorful doors. I love colorful doors.
There are more door pictures in Flick but this one is my favourite. I wonder if I can do that to my front door? Will Steve let me...I wonder, what will the neighbours think?
Beautiful sand beaches make this an ideal place for a vacation. Nope, that's not the our ship in the background. We were surrounded by these behemoths and our little Blue Monarch looked like a toy.
Lots of little alleyways make it easy to get lost and we did, a few times.
Winding cobblestone streets hide hotels and shops. Wonderful to explore though and more time was needed than we had.
Steve and Carla pondering a purchase. Steve helped with the bargaining.
We travelled a total of 1,335.3 nautical miles, and stopped at 7 ports in 7 days. Would I do it again, yup, as Carrie from Sex in the City used to say, "in a New York minute"...
Labels: Grecian Holiday