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We set off in the bright sunlight and caught one of the few buses into Fira today. The biggest city on the island was grand, with beautiful white buildings stepping out and down the cliff faces and pristine aqua infinity pools on every balcony. Tourist shops sold donkey toys and miniature churches, it was relaxed, but busy. We stopped at an ice cream shop, Nic getting a baklava flavoured kind while I chose one packed full of frozen figs. After stopping to admire ...
... being in Israel. Our second stop was Naxos, and this redeemed a bit of the week for me. Naxos was touristy, too, but it wasn't full of backpackers and cruise ships. It was mainly filled with families on beach vacations. We literally passed our remaining two days on the beach drinking iced cappuccinos - albeit on lounge chairs packed like sardines into this little strip of white sand and turquoise water. We didn't venture much afield, as everything seemed to ...
... But I guess it has been inactive for 65 years - still, that doesn't happen everyday. I jumped in to the "warm springs" (definitely not HOT springs - especially not the 200m swim to get there in the ocean), whilst Steph laughed at my obscenities - Colin Firth in a French lake style. Despite all these amazing attractions and great food along the way - the relaxed town of Oia was a personal favourite. We wondered the streets there twice, once for sunset (beautiful ...
... from lagers ubiquitous to Africa and Eastern Europe. We were glad we got to share our time on such a picturesque island with our friend Emily.
After Santorini we took the 8-hour ferry back to Athens, and spent our last day with Emily doing some shopping and eating a nice meal complete with wine. We also found our favorite place in Athens - Filopappou Hill. The hill was home to some simple ruins, but had a commanding view of ...
Today was a super eventful day for reasons not disclosable here.
We made it an early start today with breakfast in Oia. Breakfast is a great time to view the Caldera because the sun is behind the restaurants and the view out to the Caldera is breathtaking without having the sun pointing directly in our eyes. With free wi-fi, we were able to chill on the ...