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- Non-smoking hotel
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... some local wine and cheese & crackers and we were recovered again. We managed to get a dinner reservation at a roof top restaurant to watch the sunset. Mel had spaghetti and Ali had risotto while we watched the day slip away and view change into night time. Later that evening back at our villa the power went out for 15 mins for what looked like the whole area. A spooky way to end another day in ...
... than Santorini, with lovely white sand beaches, and very few tourists. He goes there for his holidays.
We stop for some views before going to Akrotiri. Akrotiri is an amazing archaeological site of a Minoan town from 1500 BC. Kostas says that the ruins under this ruin are 5000 years old. The town was wiped out by a volcanic eruption. Kostas has pictures of lots of frescoes showing inhabitants visited and traded with the Egyptians. They found ...
... up further down the coast than expected. Not a big problem as there was a restaurant there and we were heading in that direction anyway. We had a drink and some yogurt and then made our way to one of the main beaches in Santorini, Kamari Beach. After walking along the long stretch of restaurants, we made our way back to one that promised free sun beds, two free glasses of wine and delicious seafood. All the necessities! We had a ...
... is because they have little rain but fairly high humidity. Keeping the vines close to the ground increases the humidity around the base of the plant and so provides moisture. We also had some very nice meals! Pureeing a vegetable and serving it as a base for the food seems very popular - each of our 3 dinners was served that way.
Santorini was very different and very interesting. We thoroughly enjoyed our brief visit!
... which are mainly hotels for tourist.
Kinda was unwell and we looked for a toilet. We tried a restaurant, but theirs was closed so we were advised to go to a public toilet for .5 Euro’s for which there was a long line and when I went the toilet didn’t flush. This was a disgrace for such a popular tourist destination and soured my view on Santorini. The view was nice, but it was crowded with tourist and did ...