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After a leisurely day by the pool we walked into Oia in search of a gyro. We wanted something in our tummies prior to the wine tasting adventure planned for the afternoon. We asked a local and they directed us to an area near the bus station, and it was a good find. We each had a delicious, fresh gyro, exactly what we had been craving!
... After some huffing and puffing, I made it to the swallow “hot” spring…Mel was way ahead of me. It wasn’t that hot. It was more like waves of warm water mixed with waves of cooler water. The water was brown with sulfur, which ended up staining my white bathing suit (which Monica did warn about).
While we were in the hot springs suddenly there was a loud bang. A smaller sailboat had hit a big rock. Everyone in the water gasped. Then it hit two more ...
The boat didn't arrive at Santorini until 1pm today. We made our way to the deck to get our tender ticket, the tickets that determine what order you will arrive to shore by tender boats. First come, first served, and apparently we were far down the list. We had breakfast while we were upstairs, then chilled in the sun for an hour. It was bingo time next, but unfortunately they cancelled it as there ...
... and the sulphuric springs. Our boat stopped at the edge of the hot springs and we jumped into the cool ocean to swim to the springs. After spending some time in the warm waters, we made our way back to the boat to return to the port. This was indeed a unique experience, not to be missed.
We spent the reminder of our day back at Oia and then returned to Thira for ...
... was burning hot. I can't imagine what it would be like in the height of summer. Lying on it would be impossible which I guess is why they have beach lounges and umbrellas everywhere. Cos we ate at the restaurant we got to use them for free otherwise you have to pay for them! Other than the unique experience of seeing a black beach there was nothing else to see or do in this little village so I was glad our stay wasn't that long.
Back in the bus we ...