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... A very interesting guy and a great conversation. Another update, and a much happier story. Yesterday we tried to take the water taxi to Santa Maria beach. Turns out they do not go there on Sundays so we returned to Kalimbithres, where the flip flop tragedy unfolded only two days earlier. We docked and walked 10 feet. There it was, washed up on shore and in some distress, but no worse for wear. The sun just went down, and sure ...
... Vine shady restaurant for dinner. Then onto the cliff face of town to see the sunset. Crashed some Wedding photos as a couple were taking pictures with the sunset as a backdrop rather awkward sitting right beside them as they were getting the photos shot they seemed really uncomfortable.
Today we hiked up, down and across the cliff side taking in spectacular ocean views. What we were informed to be a two hour walk ended up taking ...
... working toilets and sewerage system! They seemed to know the eruption was imminent and took their valuables with them.
Back in Thira in the afternoon, Rachel had a very weird foot massage involving feet being immersed in water and dozens of tiny fish nibbling at them. Not that relaxing. I'm too ticklish! We had a lovely dinner before being taken in a mini ...
... you have to carry your luggage down the footpaths.
After lunch, we took an extended nap to try to catch up on sleep from the night before. We woke up and explored the town a little more (ducking into a Carrefour, obviously) and went back to the room to read by the pool and watch the sunset. There were some clouds which blocked the very "end" of the sunset, which was unfortunate but it was still really pretty and we'll have a few more chances to see it. ...
... being married, all
lined up waiting for their short ceremony to be performed with the
backdrop being the beautiful caldera. White wedding gowns and
bouquets etc. Unfortunately they had each ceremony blaring through
an extremely loud speaker which was very intrusive. Apparently the
islanders detest all these people flocking here to get married,
hundreds of them according to Ken's tour ...