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... group of donkey’s that didn’t want to move, unsure of how to proceed and wanting to avoid getting kicked, we tried to sneak past. Luckily, a women from the area was behind us and told us to just push the donkeys out of the way and make a ‘shushing’ sound.
This advice served us well. The donkeys have a certain track they like to follow up and down the path. This track is the same one us humans like to follow. As you walk down it looks ...
I guess everybody has a little idea of Santorini already white houses surrounding the cliffs blue roofs and crystal blue water. It was that and everything more. Narrow alleys, houses edging over the cliffs mostly crystal blue water and lets not forget the donkeys. We first arrived at the pier and my first reaction was thank god I don't have to walk up that. I don't have a photo but it was so steep and so high. Thanks Anny's Studios for the transfers!! We stayed out ...
... decided I love ferry rides. It's how I would imagine a cruise ship to feel, although I'm sure I wouldn't be using my backpack as a pillow... Four stops later, I arrived in Santorini at 4pm. I was greeted by tiers of white buildings on the cliffs sprinkled with blue-roofed Greek Orthodox churches. I didn't expect it to be so desert-like. This lovely Athenian, Clio, helped me be aggressive, beat the horde of people and get on the right bus. I got to Caveland to ...
... br> we were due to go back to the mainland tomorrow to go to a couple of ancient sites 200km out of athens, but we (smartly, i think) decided that it may be best we stay off the main highways and roads - so we are staying on santorini for 2 more days
we booked ourselves into a get****ed suite with a private pool on the other side of the island for 2 nights and we'll head there tomorrow to DO NOTHING and be happy
... peels and all. I’ll post a link to our video if one is ever made. Anyway, the rain came and went, and we got soaked and frozen – whatever. We took our quads up the mountain to Pyrgos and then to the Faros lighthouse to watch the sunset. It was very cold, but beautiful. We hit up the town’s 24-hour bakery a couple times for some sweets, and retired to bed.
On Wednesday, we made a quick stop at the grocery store for some breakfast and ...