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Greece Travel Guide. Greek Island Guide. Hotels of Greece. Its about six in the morning. I woke up and could not get back to sleep so I watched the Mets game which was just finishing up. It makes me feel at home when I can watch a baseball game on my computer even if I have to wait until two am for them to start most of the time. Athens has been hot but it is going to cool off in the next couple days. We had to come back early from Kea because our friends who are renting the house to us were leaving town for a few days and the only time we could get the key was on Saturday, though it turned out only one oif them left town and we could have come later, but to be honest with you we were going a little stir-crazy in Kea.
It got really crowded before the 15th of August and it stayed that way. Then there was a problem with the water and it started coming out of the tap brown and then it stopped coming out at all.
Everyone agreed it was because of all the swimming pools on the island and that the water table was down to the mud. There are supposedly swimming pools on Kea! But then they announced that they had discovered a leak and it had been fixed and for a few hours the water came out brown, which was better than not at all, and then it became clear. So we had a couple days of water before we left which was nice. At least we could leave clean. You get used to it after awhile but there is always some guy on a high-powered motorbike or a very loud car that breaks the steady drone of the traffic.
We have AC but only in one room. We had gone through most of the summer without AC but here we need it. We can close some doors and the AC from the one room cools down part of the house but the living room, where I am right now, is unbearable during the day. Its nice now. There is a cool breeze blowing through and plus we have these high-powered fans that are like the propellers of an airplane that has crashed through the roof. Greeks don't really like air-conditioning.
There are a bunch of cafes and bars around the corner and at 10pm it was still around 90 degrees and none of them had their AC on and nobody was complaining, except us of course.