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After having breakfast delivered to our apartment, we began exploring Oia. Like Monemvasia, it has a main street the length of the town with winding side streets taking off in all directions. It was easy to get lost in this idyllic blue and white village, but eventually you would find yourself because the sea is on one side and the main road is on the other.
Oia is not like the Peloponnese in that we don't hear anything but English ...
... at "volcanic taverna", I had the feta stuffed squid with salad and the rest of the guys ordered a fish dish. The food was delicious and we were definitely full. There was live music being offered at the cocktail bar Anita and I had been earlier so we decided on sitting there for the rest of the evening enjoying some great tunes, a quick dance and drinks. The boys ordered a local beer called crazy donkey (crazy is a very good description for the 750ml ...
... around Perissa on the west side of the island, and the southern part of the
island crescent around Akrotiri. I
wanted more than just a beach day alongside all the Italian teenagers I arrived
on the plane with, so I decided on Akrotiri.
The bus system on Santorini is convenient and well-managed, so I was
able to get there in less than 30 minutes for ~ $2.
Akrotiri is an ancient settlement that has ...
... on Friday. It definitely wasn't an Irish pub in the usual sense of the word...I mean, still fun, though. We kept getting free shots, because Greece, and they extended Happy Hour for us for like...ever. There was American top 40's music playing, and eventually we all got up and danced...and then kept dancing. It was sooo much fun, especially when 'What Makes You Beautiful Came On'. Don't hate and/or judge, but Ariana, Gabby, Zoe and I kind of freaked out, because, ...
... wait for the next ride!! There were two huge cruise ships in the harbour so town was quite busy - we found a lovely cool place for lunch. Jon and I were standing under a canopy outside a jewellers shop called "Nick the Greek" eating our lemon sorbets when a salesman came out and wanted to show us his Breitling watches which we had been admiring. He had spotted Jon's "New Zealand" had and greeted us with "Hello kiwis". ...