Anna Traditional Apartments
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... beside the still active volcano that blew the roof off this place back in 1700 BC, which some believe was the event that destroyed the mythical (probably) city of Atlantis. It did in fact destroy a highly advanced Minoan town which has been partly excavated, and the Tsunamai that followed levelled Crete. The last eruption, mild by comparison, was in 1956. Anyway, we just drank beer and swam in the Aegean. No point worrying about a little thing like Armageddon while ...
... windy streets and churches on the top of the hill. Lots of people have private chapels most of which only get used once a year. Issy tells Kostas she assumes these are used by the families to pray in. Kostas says Greeks aren't into praying.
Our final stop for the day is a winery on the edge of the caldera. There are grape vines all over the island. We didn't recognise them until Kostas told us what they were. They sprawl flat on the ground, so ...
... overlooking the caldera as the sun spectacularly set. It really does look like a crater with a central plug. Nobody drank too much as we were worried about the rough night to follow.
We caught the last cable car back down and were back onto the bouncing boat.
After a bit of a rocky night, we had a last breakfast with our international friends and then braved ...
... plane ride to Santorini was only 25 minutes (there is a ferry/jet boat(?) from Athens which takes 4-6 hours (we forget), but given Ashley's propensity to car / plane / bus / boat sickness, we figured it wasn't the best idea, even if it would have ben a nice "cruise". We are taking a boat from here to Mykonos so we'll be able to report back on that experience. Getting in was uneventful and the city bus happened to be waiting so we jumped on and saved €10+ on a cab. ...
... spent most of our time lazing around, eating, drinking, and enjoying the people watching. On two days, we had a rental car, so ewe got to tour both sides of the island. It could be done I one day, but you would spend most of the time in the car. Santorini is very easy to drive around, although there roads are narrow, winding and hilly, there is not a lot of traffic, at least this time of years.
One day we took ...