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... s fail #3 for google), Skype, and my Greek sim card. After 5 minutes I ran out money (€5) on my Greek sim. Adam wasn't able to reload minutes to the Greek SIM card. He gave me his Skype user with money on it, but the Internet connection wasn't able to handle the call- we experienced a 20 to 40 second delay and were answering each others questions way after they were asked. The two skippers (boat captains) arrived and introduced themselves. Ivan is from the east coast of ...
... Ok, so we were shown to our room, a beautiful room with jacuzzi overlooking the caldera and a bathroom into a cave, its amazing. Just few minutes later we had a knock at the door, someone turned up with a small plate of little crunchy bread, tomatoes, sardines and raki - a little welcome pack. Yum. Immediately after that we jumped into the jacuzzi and admiring the amazing view. After that we went for a walk to see our first Santorini sunset. We had ...
Today we woke up and jumped straight on the quad bikes we had hired to ride around the island. Our first destination was Perissa Beach which was a black sand beach, was interesting to see. We ordered food to eat at the beach from the cafe out the front which also allows us to use the sunbeds. The water was pretty cool but still refreshing. ...
... setting sun lit up the island, it was
great. After the sun had set I went and had dinner, then I collected
my passport, then went to a magic show that was on in the theatre.
When that ended I went to the casino, where I played for a bit, then
went up to the disco, but it looked dead, so I went back to the
casino where I talked to some of the group that were still awake.
Overall at the casino I came out on top. At about 11.30pm I went back
to my room where I went to bed.
... always righted themselves. It was a whole lot better than walking and we all had races to get to the top. Jarrod’s and my donkeys were the smallest so they didn’t cross the line first!
After dinner, we had a lovely walk around from where we are staying towards Fira to take sunset photos. The colours and hues after the sunset were just as amazing. Tomorrow is an early start as we now leave the Harkers to return home and we move on to ...