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- Continental Breakfast
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... when someone yells bus to Oia and you run (if I new what the ride was going to be like I definitely wouldn't have ran). I jump on the front to lose Stuart to find out he was the last one to jump from the back door. We are packed in like sardines and take off, then tickets are sold with the seller climbing over everyone. Crazy crazy driver at the wheel and we pass Angeline Jolene house. As if I care at this point! To my relief we make it to ...
... has been controlled by the Romans and Turks, who have left their influences in the architecture and traditions. Later pirates plundered the island in search of treasure and slaves. Today the main industries are; tourism, the mining of pumice stone - remains from the eruptions - and the production of extra virgin olive oil and wine. Tourists flock to the island to witness its amazing scenery and buildings. ...
... hill in Santorini". Luckily we wouldn't have drowned because we were on the leeward side of the island and would have rolled down the hill onto the plains on this side. Still would have killed us all! But we pulled into Oia without incident and then had an altercation with a van driver. There was a spot into town which was single vehicle width. Our bus stopped and waited for this road spot to clear of several cars and a ...
... stretch of black sand. I sat on what must of been an old jetty devouring my meal, watching everyone swim and fighting the wind which kept trying to steal my plastic bag. Lunch was amazing and although I had planned to save half of the jar of olives for the following day I managed to eat them all! I did feel a little sick afterwards but still managed to eat a chocolate icecream. After a stroll along the waters edge of the black beach and a mad dash across ...
... then got onto the gondola that we were on and just lied down between our legs. It had a collar on, but the collar said, "Hello, I'm stray, please adopt me." It didn't really pay any attention to us, even though he was basically sitting on our feet. At the bottom, he got off and got back on to another one. We were baffled! This stray dog must just ride the gondola all day! I've been surprised at how many stray dogs are in Greece, actually. But they're all so friendly - the locals really ...