Although it took us a while to get to this beautiful island (an hour and a half going there, and less than an hour coming back - it was late so no tourists), it is defiantly worth the trip. The island is so beautiful, and the array of colors so happy, that you feel like you have stepped into a painting.
You walk around and all the tourists are doing the same thing: taking as many pictures as they can. We liked it so much that we stayed all day, buying lots of glass jewelry, and even had dinner on the island before heading back. Also, you can still see fisherman in knee high boots coming back from a long days work, and meeting friends in the local bars, if you stay long enough.
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