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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was hot. The views and the photos we have of those views are breathtaking. There were some people who ought not to have been there. We talked to newly weds from Savannah, Georgia last night while waiting for a table at a restaurant. They saw a Japanese woman crying and throwing things at her husband. They might be candidates for world's shortest marriage. Speaking of newly weds, it seems like almost everyone here just gotten married and are on their honeymoon. Or they ...
... Next stop is Perissa beach. It has black sand!! I think I'm too Aussie - I don't think I could ever get used to a black sand beach. There's miles of it. It looks like dirt. It is all lined with sun lounges which you can rent for 25 euro per day. It is clearly very popular.
We drive up to the Profit Elias Monastery at the highest point on the island. Kostas tells us that fewer than ten monks live there. It is very unexpectedly green inside due ...
... and also delicious! By this time Adam was ready for a rest, but instead of heading home we returned to Kamari beach. We had a swim and relaxed on the loungers. Adam slept and I drunk cocktails! On our way home we headed to one last winery. One where we were promised a good view of the sunset. Their promise held true because there was a beautiful view of the caldera and water. We shared a wine tasting with a matching cheese platter. ...
... caldera (cauldron) that makes Santorini the most unique of the Cyclades islands and the only inhabited Caldera in the world.
It is truly spectacular and beautiful with sheer imposing red and black cliffs rising out of the sea. White buildings made of pumice and volcanic rock perch on the tops of the cliffs. The water below is sapphire blue.
The marina had recently silted in. There were places to drop passengers ...
... for cheap which was a good source of protein (so we tell ourselves - Ashley had a bacon egg mcmuffin -- no biscuits here!) compared to the pastries / "sandwiches" (90% bread) available other places in the terminal.
Ashley woke up a few hours (4:09am) before we were to leave for our flight, not totally out of nervousness, but because there was an earthquake! Travis felt it, too, but was still more concerned with sleeping off the drinks from last night. ...