An even slower day in Naxos.
From there, it was a bus ride to Agia Prokopias. We do like it there. It seemed everyone in our area was nude (maybe that's why I like it so much), although more studs than babes today.
Jane had her first totally nude day at the beach, and joined me skinny dipping in the Aegean. Whoa! Slow down girl! After about three hours, it was decided that we needed a beer.
To hell with the bus, we still weren't sure where you got it so we grabbed a taxi back for the quick ride and Jane was finally able to try some "Zorba" toast.
It was siesta time, and the town was quiet and strangely peaceful - a rarity in this day and age.
Even the water was calm, and sitting at the tavernas along the port was a pleasant way to spend the day.
While relaxing with a couple of cold ones (or trying to, we're both burnt to a crisp), I mentioned off-handedly that I'd love to hear some Pink Floyd ("The Wall" actually), and with yet another magical Greece experience, no more than three minutes later, the taverna next to us cued up "Dark Side of the Moon".
Jane went in and asked the guy to turn it up, and since it was his favourite album, he was happy to oblige. After a while, we headed home where much cream was applied.
We napped for a while, and then dressed for another lovely meal at our favourite Taverna, where Vasillas had another 'romantic table' for us, of course!
The pace of life here is something I could really get used to.