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So far in Greece, Crete and Santorini seem to be covered in a thick layer of greasy dirt. So maybe Grease is appropriate. That said, it is a beautiful country with a very friendly population. Here, again, people speak multiple languages, enough to conduct their business. But even more, menus are written in multiple European languages here. A real tourist destination.
We arrived in Heraklion before check-in time, the desk clerk told us it would be an hour and ...
... holiday day plans look a little like this - pre-breaky pool or activity (activity being possibly sleeping or possibly swimming) -eat breakfast -swim in pool -eat -swim at beach -eat Greek -if nice sunset admire sun or simply admire location -if still in need of food eat super - post-super activity (activity being possibly sleeping or possibly reading) ... It's awesome !!!!!!! During our short but sweet stay here we ...
... staff are very friendly- shout outs to Natalia and Oristas. We met a couple that had just arrived from Miami and we think they brought the rain, wind and cold with them LOL. It became so cold and windy pretty quickly. It started to pour, and with nothing else to do we napped all afternoon. Steph got cabin fever and we ventured out in our rain gear to ...
... He preferred to have a quiet beer instead. We have been in Santorini for 5 days so far. We have travelled to visit the prehistoric city of Akatori, only settled around the mid-5th millennium BC, (Neolithic Age). It was here that I saw one of the first ever toilets among other buildings. Not that much different to some of our primitive toilets really. The back wall of the toilet ...
... and I were standing on the top of the cliff, you could see all the people in restaurants and on hotel balconies sitting and watching the sunset.
Marta and I had dinner at a restaurant in Fira (the main town) which overlooked the caldera. There were two cruise ships in the old harbour and they sailed off into the night while we were eating.
Tomorrow is the last full day of my trip. The three of us are going to watch the sunset in Oia and have one last dinner ...