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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was divine.
We took the bus back to Kamari and went to the beach again. For dinner, the program took us to a classic Greek tavern, with dancing! We had tomato fritters, salad and meat, and I danced all night!
I EVEN BROKE A PLATE-OPA!
At one point, they poured a square out in lighter fluid, and they lit the whole dance floor with a man dancing in the middle. I thought these ...
... her back down into her seat! Not that I needed the seat but my gosh, somebody kind and then somebody mean, right there together. She wouldn't meet my eyes then the entire trip and he glared at me like I had threatened to kick her out of the seat. Just don't understand some people.
The road to Oia is narrow and winding and our bus driver is racing down it like he's going to a fire. I am braced against the seat to ...
... flowers everywhere. I had another pesto pasta but it wasn't as good as the night before. It was really pretty there and very relaxing. We then spent the rest of the day at the pool, recharging and having some quiet time before heading with the group to a town called Oia, for an amazing view of the sunset. The town Oia (Pronounced Eeya) is so stunning. When you see the postcards of Greece with the white houses and blue roofed churches perched on a cliff side, this is the place ...
... the horizon at 30 knots!! Not much to say about the journey apart from the fact that the english translation of the safety video explains that they have life jackets for children and overweight people, not sure this is particularly PC, but raised a chuckle especially as some of our larger Russian companions were trying to get their english speaking friends to translate. Now 3 hours into the journey and the Sea Jet begins to slow down to ...
We got into Santorini and had an optional tour on the bus learning all about the history of the island and had a few stops we could get off at. They took us to a few historical places, learnt about the volcanoes and also went to the famous red & black sand beaches. We were dropped off at the red sand beach first at which we had to climb the cliff to get to it. Once we got there we had a few hours so Tash Emma and I jumped in for a swim it was such a ...