Armeni Village Rooms & Suites
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- Swimming pool
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... off of the little balcony that allowed us to feel like we had been planted straight into one of those famous postcard images. After letting the surreal "we’re really here, aren’t we?" feeling subside a bit we decided to head out and see just how quiet the little village of Oia would be. As we wandered the narrow streets we casually browsed in and out of little souvenir shops and we were very surprised at the number of people who were enjoying the same ...
... for the residents, the only water they have is what falls from the sky and what they get delivered from the 2 desalination plants & bottled drinking water. The island also has approx 400 churches, but only 14 priests!! Apparently most of the church's are "family/private churches" and are mainly used for special occasions like name days, celebrating "Saint" days etc. Our first stop was the township of Oia, perched high on the cliffs. It is absolutely gorgeous, ...
... for the perfect spot for a photo, we headed back to our villa to enjoy it in peace. That was yesterday, and unfortunately for me my morning today started with a headache...so I ended up having quite a sleep in and a slow start to the morning. We eventually headed out, no plans in mind other than do some souvenir shopping! We found a lovely painting, which was a lot cheaper than expected. Bonus! Our future house is destined to be covered in paintings ...
... so beautiful from a distance but once we got closer to the water it was no way near as clear as the other beaches as the saw dust had made its way into the water. It was still a nice way to cool off in the heat. We enjoyed a few days of relaxing, packed up our bags and moved to Thira, the main town of Santorini. It perches on top of the caldera, which gives some pretty nice views of the volcano in the distance, the whole town and some surrounding towns due to being up so high. ...
... due to long lines and sometimes stubborn donkeys. So, I remained on the bus that took us back to the port where we boarded the tender boats to get back to the ship.
Once I was on board the ship, I rushed up to the top deck and snapped some shots of the sunset bouncing off the layers of volcanic rocks. Santorini is a jewel of Greece not to be missed.