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... north end of the the main Santorini island at the town of Oia for drinks and watch the famous Oia sunset. Oia is the town with the famous scenes of white buildings with blue domes. Acrotiri is Santorini's own Pompeii, the difference is no bodies or valuable belongings were found by archaeologists, suggesting the inhabitants evacuated before the eruption in about 1627 BCE (before the common era). Volcanic ash has preserved the remains of fine frescoes and many objects and artworks. ...
... On the way down we just talked about life. While my initial reaction wasn't too high and I thought he was a bit of a man***** (he was the one that 69'd the stripper on the bar at PP), he's actually a lot like me. He's pretty sick of partying and is going to Turkey to just totally tramp it for awhile and live off the land... camping, hitchiking, just being around nature to clear his head. We had super similar views on life, love, girls, friends, the world, ...
... again avoided the rain, how lucky we have been. Back onboard we find we are just in time to catch the tail end of happy hour in the Crow's Nest and while we are having our indulgent cocktail we sign up for a "pub crawl" scheduled to start this evening at 9-30 pm. Whilst we're not expecting much because the average age onboard is about seventy, at least the drinks are cheap and you get to try out a few of the bars. At dinner we are again seated with a couple of Aussies, although this ...
... called Oia. This town is where all the famous pictures of the
island are taken, in other words a picturesque place to go. Our tour
guide was a guide that was very funny and kept us entertained on the
trip to the town. Once we got to the town we had free time for a few
hours and then had to go to the bus. I went with most of the Contiki
group and we walked along the edge of the island taking pictures of
the views and the scenery. Along the way looking at various shops. ...
... filthy and you have the bare essentials, but even these look like they are 5th generation hand me downs. We found we had internet available only to discover that the grumpy snappy French wench from the info centre had not given us the passkey. The guys in the studio next door, fellow weary travellers, were told that the internet was not even working.
The food here is as good as Naxos and Athens, but twice as expensive and ...