Carlos Pansion Santorini
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... the apartment we went into the pool for 10 mins to cool down after being in the hot sun.
We went in and out a lot of times into the pool and it was fun.
I pulled Dad from one end of the shallow to the other.
Zara and I pulled him like 9 times and made me feel tired a little. We did that all day.
One day Mum and Dad decided to go pool crash in a resort and I was scared at ...
... the place as we anchored in the geological caldera—a giant central body of water in a protected bay. Santorini is beautiful as its people look down on your ship and the ship is even more beautiful for viewers from above. I do love this place.
I have not had the pleasure of visiting Oia, the other—and older—settlement on Santorini. I look forward to it now.
This place, as is the case with many places in this part ...
... with them.
As a result, the site contains few personal items. No human remains have been uncovered.
But they’ve done a wonderful job trying to preserve all those “rocks”. The entire area is enclosed in a building. The roof shields the site from the elements, including the almost constant wind that is a trademark of the island.
Elevated areas have been set aside ...
... then transferred to our tender and back to the ship. From our room we can see the sheer cliffs with the white buildings perched precariously. There are two other ships anchored but they will leave earlier than us tonight. Our departure time is midnight. Dinner at Prime C followed by a session by the pool with the band and Greek dancers and singers. Interesting note. From a distance the white buildings on top of the cliffs look as if they are rocky white limestone ...
... to suburbia, motor bikes and cars. The other side of the island is flatter, has an airport and looks largely rural. A week here would be lovely to see more than this small tourist trap. A cuppa and free wifi later, we explore more churches and shops. It is the end of the tourist season and there were bargains aplenty. Be very worried, as the volcanic rock statues and jewellery is very Santorini too. Having roamed the tourist areas, seen ...