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... of the ferry and where the black windows are, yeah, it was rough water to be able to see the waves all the way up there) yet the sky was still blue the entire way and we weren't delayed by much at all. First island stop off was Ios then Santorini. We arrived in to Santorini new port, it was madness. Local buses, taxi's and hotel arranged transfers by the dozen waiting to take all the ferries occupants to their dream destinations. The port and ascending road ...
... setting and the colours in the sky were incredible. Luckily I spotted a man who was carrying an intense-looking camera so we asked him to take a few pictures of us. He was definitely the right person to ask. He knew a few settings on my camera and basically ran a little photo shoot for us. For dinner, we started with a shared plate of mussels. It was my first time trying mussels and I did not enjoy them as much as I was hoping, although I did eat a few. For my main course ...
... off at the bus station where everyone piled off as we paid our €2.20 fare to the man. Short walk around to our hotel, along the way a lovely local man checked with us to make sure we were in the right direction, we found our hotel that was being renovated... The painter said it's not open! (Stress mode: we paid and booked in November!) the owner eventually came out and put us in his little buzz box and wizzed us around to their other hotel blue suits, which ...
... advertised as accommodation. We meet the bus to take us back to Fira along winding road that joins the two places. We were amazed to see that one side of the island is very flat. There seemed to be some kind of crops growing but the land is very barren and there is no natural water here. They have a desalination plant but must also go through a huge amount of bottled water. Arriving back at ...
... and grab a beer. There are also many amazing hotels and little greek churches as you walk the path from the two towns. A fantastic walk and difficult in the heat but highly recommended. We stayed for the sunset which was nice, then headed down to our main town for an awesome lamb gyros and grandma burger. Note: We have discovered our love and need of sauce on this trip, Any sauce, ...