If I don’t find him, should I stay back in Mykonos a few more days or should I go back home? Will I have to settle down in Mykonos to solve the mystery of my missing husband?
Mykonos Town is everything you think of when you think of Greece - charming, winding, cobbled paths dotted with white and blue houses garlanded by bright, creeping Bougainvilleas.
Mykonos is not a well-connected island. The main bus station is at Fabrika and there are different bus routes for the beaches. The beaches themselves, are, however, not connected by buses.
If you're feeling more adventurous, go off the main road and take the walkable path from Platys Gialos to Paradise Beach.
I know a lot of people are confused between flying and taking the ferry to the islands (we were too). But there are persuasive reasons for taking the ferry.
That evening we pretty much just walked around the Plaka area. Its quaint cobbled streets are lined with restaurants. The streets take you around the Acropolis Museum, Hadrian's Arch, the Roman Agora, the Ancient Agora of Athens, and the Acropolis itself.
Old Delhi is not to be seen; it is to be experienced. It is the rarest, most charming experience the city can offer; the swanky malls of New Delhi are replaced by quaint little shops housed in the ground floor of old brick-bare houses, and big luxury cars make way for hand-pulled rickshaws – it’s the closest thing to time-travel you’ll ever witness.