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... our time in the sleepy village of Oia incredibly enjoyable. While we’re sure Santorini would be beautiful to visit when it is in the full swing of summer (and we would probably get to see one of those famous sunsets) we loved feeling like we had the place to ourselves.
After a short and uneventful flight back to Athens we spent the night at the airport before catching an early morning flight to our next destination, Prague!
Until Next Time…Bree & David
... pretty conventional tourists, and with that comes a measure of apathy. I started a blog post a week ago from a dangerously overcrowded, overheated ferry terminal on Santorini, but abandoned it. " If you can't say anything nice, then don't say it at all," my mom used to say. With a bit of space between us, I think I can be a little kinder now. Everyone dreams of going to the Greek islands...don't they? Truth be told, I have never dreamt about it - never even ...
And we're back! Our Greek trip continues to Athens. We had been forewarned of it being a dirty city where we would surely have something thumped (stolen/pickpocketed) so we arrived apprehensive. Contrary to this warning, we found Athens was really great. Easy to get transport around, pulling into athens backpackers just in time to catch Melbourne beat Adelaide (yes I was footy deprived, just missing out on the pies beating the blues it was good to see another good team ...
... are more like cordial than anything else! After a while we went to another bar, which felt like a serious hustle, eastern Europeans telling us we had to by this and that. Was average so we left to an Irish pub. At this stage most of the girls left and was just Jose, myself and one of the girls named Paige. We drank at a packed Irish bar for a while before I left to go back to the villa, being a good wingman. Only problem was that when I got back to ...
... the fresh stuff. As with many overly visited tourist destinations, the beauty gets lost in the effort to make more money.
I forgot to mention that the weather that day was the hottest Santorini had experienced that year, and extremely humid. Lucky us. By the time we made the walk down, there was not even an inch of Andrew's shirt that was dry. Once you get down the hill you are greeted by a tiny little port below the ...