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Full moon at Daios Cove

The likes of which will not be seen again

sunny 27 °C

Late night last night and eventually woke up this morning feeling just as full as last night. Not sure if we skipped breakfast cos we were late up or cos we were still stuffed. Anyway a walk first then our beach for a swim. I strut my stuff in my red swim shorts from our beds at the back of the beach along the wooden walk ways, not unlike model catwalks, cut a swathe through all the onlookers, tried not to wince or flinch when I entered the arctic sea water. I kept going, none of that splashing and rubbing ones arms to get used to it, keep straight on. I was certain all eyes were on me. Now for my impressive dolphin like leap and forward dive from a standing start, it always impresses, I think. I took a deep breath, flexed my knees, sprung, leapt arms pointed head tucked in, take notes tom daley. Absolutely perfectly executed that is except that the force of the upward thrust was too much for the waistband of my swimshorts to withstand. My torso exited the water on the upward thrust, alas my shorts didn't quite keep up. It was so graceful as my almost completely bare bottom appeared, arced and re-entered the sea followed closely, but not closely enough, by my shorts which were now concentrating themselves around my upper thighs at best. Once completely re-entered and submerged I was able to re-adjust my defective swim attire and coincidently see if I could break the world record for holding ones breath underwater. A very short moment later, the current champion breath holder's record still intact, I surfaced and swam as nonchalantly as I could. I was certain no one had been watching

Posted by justchilling 11:55 Archived in Greece Tagged greece crete daios_cove_luxury_resort_and_vi

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