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... really starting to slow down, and already many of the restaurants had closed for the winter. Even Villa Ilias was due to close at the end of the month, and the flight, ferry and faster catamaran options which are daily during summer, had been cut to once a week. It is crazy to think that such a tourist oriented place literally shuts down for almost 6 months of the year. Mary our receptionist was headed back to Athens in a few weeks hoping to be able to find some kind of ...
... first tender boat left. As we were getting on the tender, an elderly man had fallen over and cut his head quite badly. At first I thought he'd knocked himself out but they managed to get him up and off the boat fairly quickly.
There were about 4 buses with about 50 people on each bus and we all had to wear stickers that matched our bus number. Not really an intimate group, more like herds of cattle. Our ...
... to help the local people. Plus after learning about how Santorini doesn't receive much rain water and them not having any drinkable water (locals must buy all their water to drink), they all pay for tanks of water to shower in/clean with, their power comes from petrol generators and Santorini can not produce enough food on the island and must import majority of their goods - it reminded us how lucky we are to live in Australia.
The next stop was Oia Village where ...
... worth), greek frozen yoghurt, (these were daily), cheese cake, chocolate, brownies, cookies, cinammon loaf, nougat biscuits, sesame balls and caramel brittle..we gave it a fair go.
In conclusion, heres Yamas! A toast to the incredible greek Islands, new friends and an unforgettable cruise! El Captaino, Blue, Soph, Shell, Ash and all the other dudes, bless.
Sidenote: We also dominated Ios, Naxos and Bodrum.
... town along the cobbled streets, climbing around the ruins of a castle and sitting in restaurants with superb views out onto the water surrounded by the rim of the volcano which only erupted in 1954.
There is a steep walk down to the port where the boats depart and donkeys for the weary to return up the hill.