Wow so much fun. But before we get to island fun times, let me indulge you in what was possibly the worst morning ever. So we woke up in Athens, at a hostel by the port, turns out though, that we had booked the ferry to Mykonos departing from a port half an hours taxi ride from the one we’d booked the hostel at. Oops. Not too bad though, so we decided to leave an hour before the ferry was due to depart, to give us a bit of flexibility. Got in the cab at 6:45am, asked him to take us to Rafina port, sure he says, on our way. 40 minutes later, our dear taxi driver pulls up at a car that has just hit a tree, oh good, he’s helping the guy out. Wrong. He was actually asking the poor man for directions. Great, our cabbie was lost. With 20 minutes left to spare this wasn’t too bad. So we kept driving, and 10 minutes later, we’re getting pretty anxious. Not that we can express this to our Greek only speaking cabbie. We had 10 minutes to get there, had done at least 2 u turns and still no sign of water. So 57 minutes after leaving the hostel, and 50 euro’s later, our cab driver from hell gets us to the port. We threw him the money, ran to collect our tickets then sprinted as fast as physically possibly with suitcases to the ferry, just to get to the jetty to watch it drift away. Literally 20 meters away, but as good as gone. It’s 7:45am, the next ferry isn’t until 5:30pm, we are three girls stranded in a random port in Greece with nothing but time and two bottles of baileys. Let’s just say time was well spent.