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... covered over with a sheet. R &O room is on the same level as reception they also have a balcony and the have a mezzanine with another bed in it. The whole complex is in white with blue trimmings and lots of bougainvilleas and a cactus tree with fruit that is so ready to pick if only I could. Well after breakfast we ventured down to the beach, and have hired some sun lounges with umbrellas for7euro defiantly not quinque prices. Quick dip in the ...
... drove them up to the other side of the island and watched yet another sunset. Our last night was our 7 year anniversary where we lashed out a few hundred Euros on an expensive meal in a corker spot to watch the sunset. Brilliant spot and a brilliant night..
I could not speak highly enough of the place and in hindsight we probably should of left the island until ...
... exodus was complete, we took one of the tenders across to the old port and spent an hour or so browsing the souvenir stores and enjoying a glass of wine with Saganaki Cheese by the waterside. Back on the ship, we had dinner in the Seven Seas Restaurant, while the sun went down and the ship got underway. The lights of Santorini remained visible astern for quite some time as we headed back to ...
... gorgeous the water is. All of the homes are white or very light color and seem to be built right on the edge of the cliffs. Our tour guide was a German named Gert and he now lives on the island moving there from Germany. Funny to have a guide with a German accent speaking English on the Greek isles.
One thing I found interesting is that Santorini gets very little rain & each morning is covered with a fog type ...
... hit the top and then suddenly we saw it! The perfect cove, protected by the wind, with the dramatic backdrop of red cliffs, the red sand, the sprinkling of deck-chairs and umbrellas, and people happily swimming in the water. So much of Santorini has been shaped by the volcano close by, and I think the red sand is one of the welcome additions (I remember it was more rocky, so perhaps it was a more recent addition). So, after a welcome and refreshing swim, it was getting a bit ...