Travel Blogs from Kamari
... on the main road with about 3 houses and one petrol station around them. We walked 1km to the closest town where we had just the same amount of luck and found it very hard to work out how we were going to get there. We decided to get up the next morning, walk to the bus station in the next town and hope for the best. We waited for a bus for a while and saw nothing. Then a man from a taxi approached us and tried speaking to us...again he didn't speak ...
Life on this summer voyage has just become very confusing. I no longer have a clue what day of the week it is. The port days feel like weekends and the boat days, when I teach feel like weekdays. Which has all been fine and well up to now, however we have reached the stage of the voyage where the ports are coming hard and fast, now it is confusing. After two days in Crete ...
Such a lovely place.
The island is the site of one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recorded history: the Minoan eruption (sometimes called the Thera eruption), which occurred some 3600 years ago at the height of the Minoan civilization. The eruption left a large caldera surrounded by volcanic ash deposits hundreds of metres deep and ...
... They make pasta on premises and our meal was absolutely delicious.
Our hotel was located in Kamari on the East side of the island of Thira on the waterfront's boardwalk. In the evening we met our guide and walked on the boardwalk shopping a little.
... was very convenient!
We were supposed to go to Mykonos but we never did. I’m not
sure why. I’ll just have to make another trip! Our first stop was in Patmos,
one of the Greek Islands closest to Turkey; one of the Dodecanese islands that
has been under foreign rule throughout most of its history but has still held
on to its Greek language and culture. It was very pretty….we just toured around
on a bus ...