The day was started in the perfect way, a late breakfast down the road with every food you could imagine. Who knew that places served breakfast past 2. We made short work of the meals and wanted to head to the beach, however we didn't know how to get there.
We decided the best way to get around would be to set out to find ATVs once again. However at this time of day very few places had any left to hire. After trying at least 6 different shops, making our way up and down some massive stairs taking us all the way to the port and back, we gave up and decided we would have to use more traditional means and stick with the bus.
Hopping on the bus we headed to the most popular beach on the Island, Mylopotas beach. Once we got there it was easy to see why it attracted so many. Amazingly clear water, watersports everywhere and umbrellas and deck chairs wherever the eye could see. People filled the beach playing with beach bats, balls and frisbees. We couldn't just stand idly by and so we bought some of our own to join in.
The rest of the afternoon was filled with beach bat competitions, ultimate frisbee, a lot of swimming and some good tan work. I think we walked of the beach at about 8, absolutely stuffed. None of us had done that amount of exercise in quite some time.
Making our way back to the hostel, we were all completely wiped. We decided that we needed a night off and grabbed some dinner and caught a movie on tv. By 1am our movie finished and we couldn't be stuffed to go out. We called it a night there, probably being one of our shortest days in a while.