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... the key and...nothing. Probably a dead battery. Stranded in Alyki. The local ATV rental guy checked it out, confirmed that he could not start it, and he phoned our rental guy to explain the situation. More selfless assistance from people in this small town. He got us a cab, and we left the little piece of **** where it died. You may see, if it uploads, the last photo of our **** box of a dune buggy on the side of the road with ...
... Went to a place for dinner tonight and when the guy saw my air nz card got all excited because he said that volcanic rock from santorinis explosion was found in NZ! There are so many homes that are standing unfinished as though they've run out of money..obviously before the current crisis. Lots of cats wandering around..had 3 in our restaurant alone. Santorini is really !!!!! for ...
... and after another cold drink joined the large queue of people catching the bus back to Thira, and then walked back to our villa at Firistofani. We are happy with our choice of Villa. Firistofani is close to Thira, the main town but is much nicer and still has it's own shops and restaurants.
We chose a restaurant close to our villa and ate under eucalypt trees!
... she still took a smoke break out front). We had some more traditional Greek food (see pics for more detail), not allowing ourselves to re-order dishes from the other nights (yet). It was a big lunch, with a liter of wine, 2 appetizers, and 2 mains for €55. Everything seems like a bargain after the UK.
Speaking of the streets, the streets (well, pedestrian paths) here are narrow and extremely windying. It's easy to get lost if you take a wrong turn. ...
Fortunately there were only two cruise ships in today (not the five
we experienced on a previous trip) so it was pleasantly quiet. There
are three ways to get to the hilltop town of Fira, a cable car, a
zigzag cobbled walking track, or on a donkey or mule (who use the
same walking track). Ken did an excursion to the other side of the
island so he was bussed away and took the cable ...