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... caldera. A giant central rectangular lagoon which measures about 12 by 7 km is surrounded by 300 m high steep cliffs on three sides. On the fourth side, the lagoon is separated from the sea by another much smaller island called Therasia. The lagoon is connected to the sea in two places. The depth of the caldera is 400m and makes it possible for very large ships to anchor in the protected bay. The capital Fira, where we are staying, clings to the top of the ...
... chaotic and amusing....a vivid and lasting memory of Santorini. We headed down the stone walkway and out to the waterfront and the over-stuffed curios shops. We strolled through the small fishing harbor and visited several of the quaint shops where shopkeepers tried to sell a few last items before the season came to an end. The ship's tender was loading and reluctantly we decided it was time to head back.
Imagine, thousands and thousands of tourists make the journey ...
... being married, all
lined up waiting for their short ceremony to be performed with the
backdrop being the beautiful caldera. White wedding gowns and
bouquets etc. Unfortunately they had each ceremony blaring through
an extremely loud speaker which was very intrusive. Apparently the
islanders detest all these people flocking here to get married,
hundreds of them according to Ken's tour ...
... the wifi didn't work. We spent the new few days chilling out, swimming, relaxing and eating. How could we complain? The food here is delicious though I haven't really strayed from Gyros, its just chicken and pita with salad and tzatziki with fries. Cleary not good for you but delicious. And for dinner I had Moussaka a couple times and there were two nights where we decided if we wanted to have dinner or dessert and opted for dessert haha so we had waffles for dinner. ...
I got up at 8am, showered, dressed and then went to breakfast. I got my breakfast tray and ate it while using the WiFi. After breakfast i went back to the room, got ready for the day, then
left the hotel/hostel. I walked to the town square, went to the tour meeting point, waited and then had to walk down the street anyway to meet the bus. The bus took us to the port where we picked up more people and started the tour. The tour was done in English, ...