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... and we went ashore by tender, then busses up a very steep winding hill, Eraine had her eyes closed all the way up. Santorini was different to what I imagined. The houses are beautiful but the surrounding landscape is very barren and dry, consisting of dark volcanic soil, it only rains about 45 days per year there. Oia pronounced "Ea" at the end of the island was the first stop for a walk through the town and of course photo shots in all ...
... saw me and just kept driving! I chased them for a couple a bit before coming to a sulky stop on the side of the road! Some people!
The next day we got up early and met up with Karly and Leah. The four of us head into town and there are a few groggy heads on the bus that we could see. Once again the air con was not working but we left early enough that it wasn’t a concern. The agenda of the day for the girls were: Sandals, Jewelry and presents. Not one of them ...
... After that we had time to get a coffee and explore the village. There were a few shops, that sold the usual souvenirs, i had a look at the shops and then went for a walk.
Soon we got back on the bus and drove to marble town. Along the way getting some good views as we got to the highest points in the island, seeing some amazing churches and small little towns, also going on windy roads. At the marble village our guide walked us to the ...
... and found a car hire place near the main square. Here i decided to hire a buggy. Very simple to use and easy to hire. I then left the town after getting some petrol. Driving along the main road heading towards the beach, my hat blew off and disappeared – there was too much traffic so i could not stop. Goodbye hat. I drove through a small village then past some touristy parts of the beach, then along a dirt road that became very bumpy. Soon i arrived at Plaka beach. I found that the ...
... of people waiting for the ferry. The ferry was only 5 minutes late.
I got on, left my bags in storage and found a seat. Once on i sat, used the internet, updated and ate lunch – left over cold pizza. I also did some reading. It was only a 45 minute trip and as soon as the ferry arrived in Naxos i got off, grabbing my bags and heading for the dock. I had found out that the hotel/hostel sends a van to ...