Theoxenia Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After being greeted by Konstantina she has gone out of her way to ensure our stay is an enjoyable one
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... bloodily scary I can tell you and a bit of a plot I think by the donkey owners to pay back those not riding !
Anyway, the climb was worth it as the village of Oia is like every Greek postcard you've ever seen rolled into one. The buildings hug the cliff top, and are like sugar cubes houses. There colours of the white buildings, blue church roofs and stands of bougainvillea was breathtaking. Around each corner of the narrow windy lanes was ...
... having to do 3 point turns each time. Unfortunately the town road were not!
We headed to a monastery first. There were only a few monks left as they have had large radar towers erected beside their buildings and are concerned of possible health effects. They are battling to have them shifted to an uninhabited site so they can resume their lifestyle in peace. The view from the monastery was gorgeous! It looked over much of ...
... a few minutes we got used to it, and it was very fun! My donkey was not the smartest and actually at one point got kicked in the head by another donkey!! It also tried to walk into the walls more than once. After the donkey ride was over we went to grab yet again some gyros. After that, since one of my friends had missed the town ...
... that I went to Ancient Thera the ancient ruins museum. It was a long walk to the top but definitely worth it. What a fun history filled day.
Day Three: Today ill spend the day in the water.Time to explore Thirasia a cute little city. Also great blue water for some snorkeling. Next I'm heading to Red Beach to lay on the beach and relax for the rest of the day. Favorite part of my trip so far.
Day Four: Sad to be leaving tomorrow morning ...
... ride the Santorini donk, and the need has finally arisen. I get coerced into riding also so we pay our fee and mount up. The gruff little man who is our self-appointed guide mounts the lead donkey and we are off. It quickly becomes apparent that the little donkey-man is in fact the King of the Donkeys, and seems to command respect of the other little donkey-men, if not the respect of the donkeys themselves. There are mules here as well and it ...