We were all woken at various times throughout the night as a result of the strong wind that had picked up. It had blown the chairs on our deck around so was making an almighty racket. When morning hit we had a pretty full schedule. Our car is only a Hyundai Getz so fitting all our luggage & 4 people in was not going to happen, even with all my Tetris skills. So first load was luggage & Tony, then it was back for the girls. I have also spent a lot of time on the phone trying to get our car sorted in Mykonos. I won't go into details but just do not ever use rentalcars.com. Anyway I won the war & we will have a car in Mykonos at no extra charge. So once everyone & everything was downtown we handed the car back then waited for our ferry to arrive. We are sad to be leaving Paros & it's way of life, it is definately the number one island so far. So if you're heading to the Greek Islands, stick it at the top of your list. Our ferry was a catamaran so it only took about 45 mins to arrive in Mykonos. When we disembarked our car was waiting. We managed to fit everything & everyone in & made our journey to the apartment for our next 5 nights. It has been shut up over winter so was a bit musty but we opened it up to get in nice see breezes, & it smells pretty fresh now. We are out of the towns but that is fine because everywhere is close. We also have our compulsory ocean views again & the apartment is a charming 3 story Greek villa. Jac & I did a grocery run then relaxed for the afternoon. In the early evening we headed into the town of Chora (Mykonos Town) for dinner & the place was alive with tourists. Being one of the most popular islands in Greece we had expected it to be like this, but it was just a nice amount of people, not overcrowded or anything. And the place is definately geared towards tourists, not in a bad way mind you, it just has that look & feel. It is still a very beautiful place & once again different to the other two islands we have been. We wandered along the harbour than into the lanes for a feed. Whilst sitting there a pelican wandered past through the diners. We had seen him down on the harbour promenade surrounded by people snapping pics, but to see him wandering through the lanes was pretty unique. He has been tagged & colored pink so we guess he is a local tourist attraction. After dinner we spent an hour or so wandering through the narrow cobble lanes browsing the hundreds of markets, targeted to the tourists, before slamming down a gelati & heading home. Looking forward to the sun coming up so we can get out & explore some more of Mykonos.