It didn't get below 20 degs last night. In fact it seems that there is only ever 3-5 degs difference in minimum & maximum temperature every day. We had a nice sleep in then made a quick dash to the supermarket for some supplies. It was then in to the car & off to find a beach for an early swim as it was going to reach 28 degs today. The sky was blue & the sun was pretty fierce even by this time of the day. We headed north & stopped at the small fishing village of Naousa. A stream ran through the middle & just before it entered the sea it broke into a tiny shallow lagoon under a bridge. Here ducks paddled about with their ducklings, whilst beneath the surface the water was teeming with fish & eels. Everything was in a frenzy as a local threw bread in the water. After watching for a while we moved on & made our way to the local beach. We went for our first swim of the day in the cooling blue waters, then moved on an hour or so later as the sun climbed higher in the sky. We went a couple of k's down the road where we stopped at another beach with a nice bit of shade under a tree. We spent a few hours here enjoying the views & swimming a couple more times before making our way to Santa Maria. We had lunch on the balcony of a tavern before heading to the beach nearby. It was pretty secluded with only a few locals but it was very hot by now. Not wanting to get burnt we went for a short swim before seeking the shelter of the car. We then drove a short way along the east coast before turning inland & traveling back home via Lefkes & Kostos. We've had a quiet afternoon & evening watching the sunset & playing with half the 15 cats they have where we are staying. Sadly Paros & Santorini have a lot of stray cats & dogs as a result of people not getting their animals desexed. Now the problem is really bad & it is so sad as on an island like this there is just not enough food to go round. So we have been doing our little bit & bought some cat bikkies which has made us pretty popular with the felines. Maybe they won't be skin & bones when we leave. So ate some fruit & snacks for dinner, watched a few ships come & go from the harbour then called it a night. "A Night". Now it's time for bed.