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... loyal readers
who saw the pictures from Toronto at the beginning of the trip, this is the
same thing we got in Greek Town there) And message to Auntie Helen: they DO put
French fries in them in Greece too!! It was so so so so so delicious,
definitely the best we’ve had. Or maybe it was all in our heads because we were
in Greece. Who knows? For dessert I tried baklava gelato, which was awesome,
though I have to say the Italians make a meaner gelato.
... to the sea in two places, in the northwest and southwest. The caldera being 400m deep makes it possible for all but the largest ships to anchor anywhere in the protected bay; there is also a newly built marina in Vlychada on the southwestern coast. The principal port is called Athinias. The capital, Fira, clings to the top of the cliff looking down on the lagoon.
... crawl with everyone and it's safe to say I got right into it and maybe had one shot too many as today I am nursing a HORRIBLE hangover!! Off back to Athens soon, a nice 9 hour ferry ride.. Argh I'm sure that will be lovely with my hangover. Well Ios has been great and we have had a great time partying it up but I am ready to move on and get some history and culture back into ...
... was good aswell to spot some tropical fish. We also did another night of bar hopping starting at Slammers, where you can purchase a tequila slammer, and as a reward you get smacked over the head with a real hammer (they put a helmet on you first) which adds to the horrible effects of the Tequilla. At Disco 69 we drank flaming lambourghinis whilst the bartenders set the bar on fire, and props fell from the roof over the dance floor. James, ...
... to 4 days simply because we didn’t want to leave. The hotel was a short ways up into the hills overlooking the town which itself was built up the side of a mountain. With a breathtaking view of the hodgepodge whitewashed buildings of the town in the distance, the bright skies overhead, and the ever-present slight breeze, it was near perfect. I say near perfect for a reason— because of its non-commercial aspect, its low costs, and ...