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... a few things. My bag came in around 22kgs plus I had a big Adidas bag and my neck,back and slippers. They were Fine, didn't really check the weight and even reseated mike and I together which was great. 3D and 3 D. There is Premium economy for rows 1AB and 2AB and 2 CD. They just have a curtain that shuts and they have a bit more leg room. Nothing too fancy though. We got some food - pizza, salad, marinated sticks and tempura prawns and a drink EUR25.90 wow ...
... with a nice view (in other words one of thousands in Fira) for dinner. We had an amazing dinner as the sun set over the sea, leaving us saddened that we probably won't see that spectacle for some time. The most interesting, or rather disgusting, part of the dinner was the entertainment provided by the people at the table behind us - entertainment like some people are entertained by horror movies. An enormous Japanese guy devoured anything and everything that was put before ...
We woke to the sound of anchors lowering in Santorini. Kyle grabbed breakfast while Hannah grabbed a few more minutes in bed and Kyle brought some back for her. It was hard boiled eggs, bacon and hash browns.
We met the group in the Can Can Lounge for our excursion. We met the young Canadian, Adam, who joined us on this tour. Our tender boat brought us to the harbor near Fira, the capital town of Santorini, there ...
... one piece. For my Newcastle Gateshead tour guide colleagues it makes Castle Stairs and The Side look easy. Another nice meal and wander around the ship sees us call time and prepare for our first visit it Turkey and an excursion to Ephesus. Maybe tomorrow will bring more cultural delights. Seven songs, excluding You Shook Me All Night Long. The connection to Newcastle Gateshead with messrs Johnson and Nail is the painting in Monument Metro of local characters on a Metro ...
... bit, I had a
look in the Greek orthodox church and then wandered around the town
for a bit. To get down from the town to the tender area, we could
catch the cable car down or ride down on donkeys. I decided to catch
the cable car down, it was a fast ride and soon it was over, then it
was a quick trip on the tender to the ship.
Once I got to the ship, I dropped my stuff in
the room, then went up to the top deck and watched the sun set. This
was a great sunset ...