And so it was that our island adventures had come to an end. It will be hard to say goodbye to this lifestyle, but all good things must end. Not that we are heading off to something boring & mundane, far from it, just doing something different. I think we came at a good time too, before the high temperatures hit & before the droves of tourists arrived. There still were a lot of tourists around though. The amount of foreigners on 4 wheelers zipping around was numerous enough, especially on Santorini & Mykonos. Funny thing is that you don't need a license over here & hardly any of them wore helmets. What is it with people who go on holidays & think that they'll be fine not to be safety conscious? It's like they can't be hurt by making stupid decisions cause their on holidays. In control of a bike that most of them have never ridden on pretty bad roads. Anyways back on track. We left our home about 11ish & headed back in to Chora to fill in an hour. Jac & I had to print some train tickets for when we leave Athens, followed by Gelati & a gentle explore. When midday arrived I dropped the others & luggage at the new port & returned the car back at the old port. I navigated my way via bus to the new port & waited until the ferry arrived. We boarded for our uneventful 5 hour ride to Piraeus Port at 1.40pm. We stopped at a few islands & didn't arrive until just after 8pm. Somehow we got all our luggage into the cab & taken, via a scenic route (thank god for mobile gps), to our abode for the next couple of nights. Where we are staying is a step up from our previous accommodation. Modern apartment with beautiful views out across Athens & the Acropolis from the roof terrace. We sat with the owner & chatted over a bottle of wine about the countries economic problems & life in general. Eventually it was time for bed & after a day of travel we all passed out exhausted.