Calderas Dolphin Studios
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Heated pool
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... going the other way (I think it was more downhill the other way!)
The walk took us about four hours with lots of photo stops and a few church stops. Basically we left Oia and climbed up on to a ridge, then climbed again up and over and around another few large hills and eventually on to the top where there is a town called Imerovigli on the cliffs and then we walked along the cliff tops and came down into Fira just in time to see the sun set over the ...
Santorini …… island of sparkling blue waters, sunshine, stunning scenery and breathtaking sunsets, right? Not when we first arrived!! For the first few days we weren't sure we had flown to the right island! We couldn’t even see the island at some points! And the wind! We couldn’t stand on our balcony without fear of being blown away in the gale force winds! Where on earth were we? The cloud was so thick we couldn’t see the caldera, let alone ...
... to the bus timetable but it is just long enough to find a spot to take stunning photos and get a bite to eat. We then head back to Fira for some shopping, Nicole takes us to this jewellers where we get half price, most of us buy a ring with an Ancient Greek alphabet on it that was found in Crete and unable to be deciphered. It becomes our unofficial contiki ring. We are running out of time and have to rush to get a donkey down the hill (there is a cable car option that is much ...
Every inch of Greece that we visited (but Athens, the donkey poo ridden path from the city of Santorini down to the port and the bathroom at Big Mama's cafe) can only be described as... beautiful! I am not talking your regular beautiful either by the way. I am talking jaw dropping, mind blowing stunningly beautiful. From the white washed walls and blue roofed houses, to the turquoise waters, sunsets and milk chocolate fit looking locals. Add a ...
... but it got cancelled as people did not like it, so now they helped get people there that wanted to do it.
We walked into town and walked along the cliffs to the cable car, went down to the bottom and got tickets for one of the cruises that went out.
We got on the boat – the santa irini. It was a quick trip to the Volcano, then we had to walk across a few boats to get to the shore. Then there was a 30 – 40 minute ...