Kykladonisia Hotel and Hostel
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- left Athens really early to make it to the ferry, after just 3 hours sleep! Made it fine, ferry was nice and took about 5 hours to get to Santorini. - it's sooo lovely! - we had trouble finding our way! First we didn't know what bus to catch, then we walked downhill in the wrong direction so we had to turn up and go through random ally's …
... he volcano is beyond me ... What a woman! They are in their early 70's, still ski and are as fit as fiddles. They have their own travel blog, 'Mobile Geriatrics' which I looked up when I got back to the hotel and it is a fantastic blog. It was also good to have some company and they said they also enjoyed having someone else beside themselves to chat to. Really enjoyed the evening with them and that's the best part about travelling, meeting these kind of amazing ...
... for their animals dug deeper caves behind the animal shelters as their houses. Then there was an earthquake ... The captain's houses were destroyed. The caves however, with their arched rooms were safe. So now the architecture copies the curved roofs of caverns and rich people live in the caves or make them into luxury hotels ;)
Our evening ended with another yummy dinner and New York comedian who enjoyed making fun of the audience. ...
... the hill side rather than taking the windy path. Lots more fun and I could see the kids envying me for taking the more adventurous way up the hill.
From the top the views were amazing and I will take Yang up there tomorrow. The church is cute and only used once or twice a year, so its somewhat secluded and abandoned. Sunset was gorgeous.
... dogs, ever watchful and usually on the move. My reading research about Oia before visiting Greece had brought to my attention a tiny bookshop called Atlantis Books which was well known for having books written in english,a rather rare occurrence, naturally enough, in Greece. And then suddenly without warning there it was - the most charming facade I think I have ever seen, complete with painted white walls in a common cave-like Greek island dwelling. However, this ...