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Lesson learnt - don't have a big night drinking when you have to take a ferry the next day! The ferry ride from Mykonos to Santorini was about 3 hours and the water was quite choppy to make things worse...with sore heads from the night before, it was not a winning combination! Nevertheless we arrived safely to Santorini and were immediately blown away by the immense cliff-face looming over the ...
... around Perissa on the west side of the island, and the southern part of the
island crescent around Akrotiri. I
wanted more than just a beach day alongside all the Italian teenagers I arrived
on the plane with, so I decided on Akrotiri.
The bus system on Santorini is convenient and well-managed, so I was
able to get there in less than 30 minutes for ~ $2.
Akrotiri is an ancient settlement that has ...
We spent about 2 hours in Oia looking around, then bus back to FIra, a late morning tea of an icecream (it was getting quite hot – one of the few times I have been so grateful of a strong breeze). By this time the crowds were certainly out. There was ours and another large cruise ship in the harbour and another one due soon. At about 1pm we decided to head back to the ship and headed off to the cable car. This time the queue ...
... for cheaper, but changed when we heard about the shuttle, thinking it would save us money in the long run. I don't usually make a fuss, but I did this time, and they quickly changed their tune, and said George (best hotel staff ever) would drive us there whenever we needed ;) Our hotel rooms were awesome! So all in all it worked out. That night, we decided to try and walk to Le Petit Palace just to see how long it would take us. Well, we never ...
... to my ankle - and the smell of donkey poo in my nostrils still lingers! A quick visit to the ship doctor for some strapping and drugs sorted me out, and then it was off to dinner. We decided to have our meal on the pool deck, as the ship was not leaving Santorini until late evening. It was a magnificent sunset and the lights of the villages sparkled above, as the ship slowly made it's way to to our next port of call Chania, on the island of ...