Ákra Agrilós

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    • Day 27

      My liver wasn't ready.

      July 16, 2016 in Greece ⋅ 🌙 26 °C

      Today we woke up early after very little sleep (as per usual)... This time due to our ability to find each other absolutely hilarious when we get a bit tired. After a quick pack, we called for our über (we freaking love über in Europe.. Never use a cab in Europe EVER AGAIN) and headed to the port. We got there, grabbed our peinted tickets and boarded with little difficulty.

      We found a spot on the top deck and settled in for the 4 hour ferry to Mykonos. Me being the nap queen I am, I managed to sleep the first little bit of the voyage BUT when I woke up Taylor and I witnessed the whitest couple known to man. I'm talking unbutonned shirt money belt picked your nose/ear and smelling it selfies like crazy white people. They provided our entertainment for the duration of the trip and before we knew it, we docked in Mykonos!

      Once again, we disembarked with no incident and found the shuttle that would bring us to our hostel. Our bus driver was an absolute crazy man. He srover the bus 100 km/hr through tiny roads big enough for ony one car that wound through the hills, and stopped to yell at every car that gotnin our way. He also turned on classic greek music and taught us to snap and clap to the beat - of course this meant his hands werent on the wheel.

      So we arrived at the hostel and had to wait for a bit to check in. When we could check in, it was absolute pandemonium ... Everyone was pushing to the front and there were these guys behind us who were annoying us.. But finally we checked in and waited to be led to our room.

      Now heres the thing, when I say "hostel", I use the term very VERY LOOSELY. I am pretty sure camping would be preferable to the canvas dome we are in. Fortunately, it's just a place to sleep so its not really THAT horrible. It could be way, way worse.

      Anyway, of course the first thing we did was throw on our bathing suits and head to the beach. The beach is gorgeous, though insanely hot, and the water was so warm! We spent some time beaching it up before eating.. And then started drinking.

      And drinking.

      And drinking some more. By the pool, by the bar, by the beach. Just had some quality drinks. And some paint thinner.

      And let me fast forward a bit and summarize the night by saying:

      My liver wasn't ready.
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    • Day 27

      Hungover is a state of mind

      July 16, 2016 in Greece ⋅ 🌙 26 °C

      So Taylor got up around 9 and left our BUNKER because it was so damn hot, but my hungover ass needed a few more z's... So I went back to sleep for a bit. When I got up at 11 I actually felt wonderful! I headed out to the pool bar to grab a water and find Tay. She was sitting there with the guys we hung out with the night before and everyone couldnt believe how excellent I looked and felt - neither could I! How is it that my hangover was virtually nonexistant?

      After chatting with the guys for a bit, they had to leave to catch a shuttle to the ferry and only one of them stayed behind - his name is Australia. (disclaimer: this is not his real name. i don't actually know his real name because all we called him was Australia). So Australia, Tay and I decided to get lunch and I got a souvlaki plate. When iy got here... My hungover hit. In the worst way.

      I ate as much as I could before laying in the cabanas by the pool in the shade to sleep off the worst of the hangover.

      A couple of hours later I was feeling much better, and after a quick swim and tan, Tay and I left Australia to head into Mykonos city.

      The city was very touristy but pretty cute! We walked around the seaside for quite some time and I started to feel awful - again. We stopped and fot some ice cream (the dark chocolate was AMAZING) while we waited for the bus back to the "hostel". I started to feel much better again!

      Once we got back to the canvas shipping container we called a room, we decided to pack and shower so that we wouldnt have to do it in the morning. Afterwards, we went and got some bruchetta from the restaurant because I felt like I could eat for the firat time today (thank god) and sat next to this couple who was dru k and arguing VERY LOUDLY because she wanted to go party and he wanted to sleep. It was great entertainment!

      Afterwards, we strolled around checking out various resorts and sat by the pool to relax before our voyage to Santorini in the morning.

      More adventures await!!
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    • Day 6

      Party, Party, Party

      June 14, 2019 in Greece ⋅ ☀️ 29 °C

      Am Freitag wollten die Jungs in die Partybucht Paradise Bay. Mittags, als wir ankerten, war nicht viel los und wir das einzige Schiff in der Bucht. Guter sandiger Boden hielt den Anker richtig gut fest, so dass der frische Wind mit bis zu 30 kn den Katamaran nicht wegtreiben konnte. Trotzdem blieb ich an Bord, als die Jungs am frühen Abend geschniegelt und gestriegelt ins Dinghy stiegen. Auf Party hatte ich keine Lust, noch ein freier Abend. Juchuu.Read more

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