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Ανεμόλια-Σχοινουσσα-Schoinoussa-Cyclades-Greece
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We rent a boat form Koufonissi and we had the chance to take a tour around the small island around Koufonissi. We swum in the deep blue green waters and we went to the beaches that only boat can reach. This was fantastic experience. Anemolia is the name of the boat and the people who own this are famous for its kindness.
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Tags: Ανεμόλια; Σχοινουσσα; schoinoussa; cyclades; greece
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