Looked at tripadvisor for lunch recommendation and of course, the lunch place we drove to was closed. Not only do most places close during "siesta time" (typically 2-5 PM), but also there are quite a few places that just aren't open on Mondays and Tuesdays. So I looked for a backup restaurant and goodness, it was lovely. Situated right on the beach and very attentive, we had awesome burgers and salad, at Republic Espresso and Bar. Highly recommend and I can only imagine it's lovely there at sunset. I dropped the kids back off at home so they could do their math school work and I went to explore a different little village. I just drove through, as it wasn't very big and didn't seem that there was much there. On the way home, I stopped at Lefkes village, to walk around some more. Weaving through the cobble stone paths, I ended up getting lost and had to google map my way out. I learned that the Greeks created paths like this to confuse the enemy. That made me feel a bit better about getting so lost; as soon as I saw something familiar and thought I was on the right path, I would end up lost again. So yea, there's that. In the evening, we decided to go try and find a nearby beach. After a few usual wrong turns, we arrived, and goodness it was beautiful. I have never witnessed a sunset so pink; it almost seemed red. Even the kids were in awe of the sky. So happy that we decided to go find the beach!!