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... luggage in the correct spot and finding your seat was a bit stressful. It was like a heard of sheep all trying to get in the pen! It didn't seem organised but in actual fact it worked quite well as everyone got off and on really quickly.
I get quite sea sick so luckily our seats were in the middle of the ferry so I didn't have to see the ocean. The downside of that is that I missed out on the views as we sailed through the islands. I saw some but it wasn't ...
... They may need to rethink their systems one day. Good thing we didn't really care. We now had to wait for the plane to be ready and a bus to take us to the plane. It did take some time for that as well. But to us it was a bit of a laugh. I'm not really sure when we actually got on the plane or left but we did finally. That all we could ask for. We got to Rome and picked up our bags. We weren't leaving the airport as our flight to Seville left at ...
... into Santorini, with high winds, was sickening. I thought the plane was crashing, as did every one else on the plane. We were taken to the doors of Anastasis. The gates opened and out came 3 porters and the owner of the property meeting us with big smiles and yassas (hello) all around. We were in shock, not used to such attention. We had one person each to hold an umbrella over our heads for the 4 steps to the door. Inside the doors ...
... across the beach front and also a lot of super yachts at anchor in the bay - picturesque. We had dinner at a restaurant on the beach, one of about twenty side by side, advertising Greek dancing etc however this didn't happen. Perhaps they forgot to take down their signs. Craig and I enjoyed our meal however the Aussie family sitting next to us ended up in quite a discussion about paying for something they never asked for worth NZ$100 so that prompted us to finish ...
... they believe it is necessary to jam their bodies up against yours in an effort to force you to take up the respectful space you have left in front of you. Unfortunately in my extensive experience on this trip the persons in front of me and the persons behind me have not been the types of people I would like to jam my body up against. I have no solution to this problem, just be aware! Tip #4: Walking in Crowded Areas. Don't stop dead! Without checking that nobody ...