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Day 11 Yesterday we had a blast taking a six hour sail around the Santorini caldera. We took the ski like lift down to the water in Fira. Kristin closed her eyes throughout the ride and made it down without incident. There we boarded an old style sail boat with about 50 others. We first sailed out to the volcano island in the middle of the caldera …
... I guess but that's just how I feel. But it didn't deter me from the place and I still loved it. We had one massive full day where we explored around aktropoli (the red beach) which was awesome. However the sand is black (thus super hot) and you have to pretty much pay to set up a base. It was 4 euro each for a chair so we decided to lay our towels behind this rope just in front of the cliff face. After swimming around for half an hour (it was boiling; the water was the only ...
... new construction. I would say that 40% of the buildings are being either freshened or remodeled. Dar and I both think that Santorini, the town of Oia, is in for a big boom. Where there were places that were old, dilapidated and in some instances, collapsed, they are being built up, strengthened, plumbing and electrical added and they will either be residences, gift shops or restaurants. This is definitely ...
Currently dormant, the circular Santorini island group is an active volcano made up of Santorini, the main island, Thirasia and the Kameni islands at the center. The caldera is about 12 km by 3 km with steep cliffs extending 950+ feet high. The original volcanic eruption that formed the current island configuration took place in 1650 BC. The most recent eruption having taken place not that log ago in 1950.
Santorini, perched atop the beautiful Aegean ...
... is no irrigation of the grapes, tomatoes, eggplant, squash and other local produce on Santorini. because of the porous nature of the volcanic soil and the heavy humidity int he air, the plants do not need to be watered very often. This is good because of the water difficulty they have on the island. We went back to the hotel ready for some rest. We had a car scheduled tomorrow, and we had a few places we wanted to go back to as well as some good beach recommendations.