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... ourselves for our quick thinking and the hotel change.
The next day started in beautiful sunshine as we enjoyed our breakfast beside the pool looking out over the glistening blue water below. Although the water looked inviting we had a few chores to do before we could enjoy it so we set about getting some accommodation booked in Switzerland and working out where to go after that.
Once that was out of the way it was into our togs and into the sunshine ...
... be in Fira at dusk, and we all underdressed. Luckily, our bartender was prepared and brought us a few blankets. Santorini's sunsets are reputed to be among the most beautiful in the world, and that evening did not disappoint. Since it was a little chilly, we left the bar and walked around Fira's cobblestone streets for a while, gazing at the many shops along the way. We found a nice outdoor restaurant with a few gas heaters and stopped for ...
... drunk tourists and she managed to snag one...
Probably our second favourite island.. Was nice to chill out here and do a bit of shopping after the carnage that was Ios. Had some great food here and some more amazing sunsets. Brilliant windmills, white and blue houses and cobblestone streets with great shops. Had a brilliant hotel too with ...
... centre overlooking the volcano / caldera bay … to enjoy cliff top views and contribute to the Greek economy….Shaddie read the local beer label, Volcan beer, which said that the profit for every beer drunk would help reduce the national debt by 50 euro cents….. presumably by drinking the local red wine a similar contribution ...
... more sophistication and style, and of course that's what all the European tourists scoot around on, but the 4x4 is a much easier option for everyone else, hence its popularity!
So we arrived at Oia and set off to explore (along with everyone else) the town. I'm happy to report that it's still very pretty, and provides plenty of opportunities for some incredible photos! Oia (and the main town Thira), are jam-packed with the tiny white buildings that sprawl down ...