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... food. Our favourite turned out to be a more modern take on Greek cuisine, run by an Aussi girl and her partner. The salads were almost the size of the mountains looming in the background and the cuttlefish in rich tomato sauce was delicious. Although not in our plans to stay on this part of the island, we ended up having a lovely time.
Moved to our new hotel in Fira, the capital of Santorini. This is the place of classic Santorini ...
... We sailed to an old volcanic islands with sharp black rock sticking up. We walked to the top with explanations from the tour guide along the way. Santorini has the worlds largest undersea crater. There was steam rising up and the smell of Sulphur as we walked along. Our next stop was to thermal springs on the other side of the island where we all jumped over the side into cold water which warmed to bath temperature the further we swam up ...
... the ferry. This time is was a Blue Star ferry - much larger than our last one. The seas were rougher so we were glad of that! Christos our guide had bag lunches for us - which most ate while waiting for the ferry. The ferries here are very efficient at loading and unloading - when we arrived on Naxos they had us walking off even before the gangway was all the way down - it kept lowering as we walked. And on boarding the ferry began moving even as they ...
... three steps to navigate before ascending to the next one! Good exercise though for all the food we had consumed! The island was indeed very beautiful but the utility of the island was restricted by the rocks and volcanic boulders you needed to navigate over and down through in order to get to the water. Consequently there were many little harbour areas which were full of private sail boats/catamarans. A much better way to traverse around the island. We completed a bus ...
... 160;were all auto-wind styles and very majestic fully sheeted but as the wind was almost nonexistent they kept the motors running as the real motive force - it looked good though. Sunset was beautiful and just before it occurred we ended up with around a dozen other boats suddenly turning up and crowing in a bit. When it was all done we headed back dropping off some at the old port and disembarking at the new port. A young American couple were on the ...