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Travel Blogs from Imerovigli
Our ferry from the Port of Ios, Highspeed 1, was quickly approaching the island of Santorini and as we drew nearer, my anticipation was growing. Looking out the window, I saw Santorini for the first time, its famous caldera (the partially submerged crater created from the explosion of the volcano some time ago) rising majestically out of the deep …
IT PAYS FOR THE VIEW!
Elitsa Beach of Pouri is another beach I can recommend that it should not be missed. It is rocky though and when we came here the sea was very rough. Even if I had time and had my bathing suite along I would not dare swim, but the view is breathtaking.
It is very close to Zagora, so we set off from here and drove to ...
... walk even more interesting. (Watch the video to see what I mean.)
The village is built amphitheatrically on two ridges. By the time I reach the village I am already tired, Yianni has read half of the Newspaper and I don't intend to get further in the village. We park the car close to the church and I just check to see if it is open. I find the doors closed though since it ...
... homemade drink, even an ice cream from locals who saw me walking in their neighbourhood and welcomed me inside for a chat.
I will surely be back, I loved the village and the people I came across.
Thank you everyone for your warm hospitality.
For Greek friends who want to read the story of the Saint I have the link below.
... br> The nun was very polite and invited us in for some 'loukoumi' (Greek delicacy). It is amazing how all nuns keep busy in the Monastery. When I asked to buy something she was kind enough to take us to the special room where they exhibit all the goods they make themselves.
I bought some lasagna, herbs, 2 bars of soap and a couple of spoon desserts. I only trust buying goods from Monasteries and from ...