The day before the wedding day these guys had an amazing sea excursion with all their friends and family in Milos. We all met at Adamas Port and stepped onto an amazing boat. The boat was constructed in Greece, according to the Greek shipbuilding style and tradition. It was operated by the very friendly Thalassitra.
First we sailed for an hour and then did our first stop of the day. Snorkeling in crystal clear water and into caves. Luckily I got to participate as well!
The captain of the boat also made special stops to show the history of the greek island Milos. Everything from where people had to work in extreme working conditions to special rock formations.
As soon as we had set sail the staff onboard started to cook. They were cooking non stop up till lunch. I was told all the ingredients was from a local farm of the captain. The food was the best I had in my entire stay. It was amazingly good. It was funny to observe that before eating the food we were all very active and energetic. After the food we all became like a baby who just had been fed. Laid down, silence and a little nap whilst feeling the wind from the ocean. Oh, it was so good!
The final stop was by Sarakiniko. Sarakiniko is a beach on Milos Island, Greece, situated on the north shore of the island. Waves driven by north winds shape the greyish-white volcanic rock into amazing shapes, and the area is often compared to a moonscape. This is also where the wedding ceremony was taking place.
As the sun was setting we sailed back to the port where we passed the lovely Milos Klima village. Klima is the most picturesque fishing village of Milos and is really worth-seeing.