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... ended up with a little car instead. The island is really small, so it doesn’t take long to get anywhere. First we went over to the east side of the island to the black sand beach of Kamari. There are still plenty of hotels, shops and restaurants here, but it has a completely different feel to the Fira side of the island. Whilst there is no caldera view, the weather was a lot nicer, there were far fewer people, and the long black sand beach against the blue of the sea ...
... vineyard visit. We could have easily done without that but never mind. When we got back to the ship, we watched the donkeys walking up and down the hill through binoculars. I'm really glad that we couldn't see many people on the donkey's backs. Poor things looked absolutely miserable...donkeys not tourists! Maybe one day they'll get rid of the donkey torture but I won't hold my breath. Stepping down off my soapbox ...
... Bali for 2 months. Sasila has been very entertaining and we have enjoyed his flamboyant nature. His brother is an engineer and lives is Leederville. We gave him our contact details encase he does visit his brother in Perth (I made sure Toby gave his email and phone number and not my details ha ha gay men seem very attracted to Toby). Sasila said he was having a big party in his cabin with all his friends to say goodbye. It has been a great day.
Tomorrow we visit Piraeus. ...
... 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.
... hill-top views. The grape vines grow as a single circle on the ground instead of a trellis like in Australia.
Our next stop is Oia .... a typical Greek Village characterized by traditional white churches with blue domes, perched high on the cliff tops with breathtaking views of the Gulf with the sulphuric water making the sea a deep blue colour just like you see in postcard.
We walked through the narrow cobble streets so many little shops ...