Paradise, Mykonos

Paradise

Mykonos, Greece

 

First there was Paradise on Earth. On a beach. Then there was Super Paradise. Could this be real? Here are the photos. You decide.

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We all know that Mykonos is The Greek Party Island. But in the summertime, Paradise and Super Paradise becomes more popular for parties ending well in the morning, as one of the top 10 clubs in the world is here. Spent my last birthday here, laying on the sand and just playing in the water. No, we didn’t go crazy like the younger college crowd. I personally felt I was too old to be partying like that. It was actually pretty nice earlier in the day before the crowds arrived.

Paradise Beach is about 6 km away from Mykonos Town. We decided to rent an ATV to get there and we’re so glad we did. It was an experience to be driving it on the hills of this island. We got to see white houses along the way and churches of different sizes. We arrived at the beach and saw these beautiful cabanas. Who wouldn’t wanna stay here? Also saw most people adopted the European style of sunbathing – aka – topless.

The drive to Super Paradise was even steeper. There was no way to get to this side of the island but by getting into a ferry or by foot. Our ATV was making louder noises the steeper we got. We were warned about it, that the ATV might not hold up to get us there. So we parked it on an empty lot and climbed up some steps until we can get a good view. Seeing that sight was more than enough. The Grecian summer heat was also getting to us so we decided not to climb the hill down and to turn around and get back to our hotel where we had a nice dip in the pool before heading out to dinner.

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A perpetual dreamer, an eternal nomad and a Francophile at heart.

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