Kafieris Apartments On The Cliff
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Dont buy this accommodation from John at the dock in Athens He charges you twice the price. The view is nice but rest is crap.
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Lesson No 6 - Read the guide book
Next its 2 ferrys to Santorini for 2 nights in the Luxury Greek American brother's hotel then onto the yacht for 7 days. Our ferry ride is long and slow and we arrive in Santorini at 3am. Adam has slept well through out the journey even though I did move him numerous times to the more uncomfortable …
The flight to Santorini went well - on time, quick and smooth and before we knew it, we were landing in Santorini. We got off the plane and felt the warm air hit us. The sun was high in the sky and there was not a cloud in site. We quickly got out bags and went out the front of the Airport and found the bus which would take us into Imerovigli, a small town on the cliff which was about 1.5km walk to our hotel. On the bus we saw quite a few ATV's driving ...
... they were all bobbing around, flailing arms everywhere. Eventually everyone made it back and off we set for the Red Beach. The conditions here were much calmer and the water was crystal clear and you could see the bottom covered in black sand. What fun it was to just take the plunge off the side of the boat instead of pussy footing around on the back ladder like everyone else....i felt a bit like...what was that movie about that older english ...
... long, zig zag path up to the top of the hill. Every turn offers you a new view and as we ascend higher and higher the scenery becomes more breathtaking.
Our hotel was situated just outside of the town of Imerovigli, and although we could not see the Caldera, we still had a stunning view of the Mediterranean Sea. Upon arrival the owner Lia upgraded us to a two story apartment with a dining/lounge room, kitchenette, narrow spiral staircase and a bedroom ...
... were fortunate to use a nice little car to explore the island with.
Our first destination was Akrotiri. It is an archeological site of a Minoan Bronze Age settlement. Many beautiful frescos were found here and they used a style of writing called Linear A which was also found in Crete. Paintings of vervet monkeys were found on Santorini hinting that perhaps these animals lived here all those years ago.