Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Mykonos - First Stop

Windmills used to dot the Greek Island landscape. Now they are restored, mostly for the tourists. These ones do not have sails on them, as they normally would if they were operating.
This part of Mykonos is called Little Venice. Pretty obvious why!!
If you click on this you will see the constant parade of tourists walking to the left.

Ted thought this was a great shot. Within an hour of boarding the boat we had an evacuation drill. We're glad we went to Mykonos, but would not return because it was overrun with tourists, cruise ships, etc. (and this is not even the high season)

1 comment:

Deb Kaz said...

Gorgeous . . . are those windmills? How do they catch the wind? What's with the life jacket? We need some narration.