Calderas Dolphin Studios
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... seeing this anywhere outside of Greece.
Went for a quick gyro lunch at Obelix. They offered regular gyros and "Arabian pitas". Never heard of this before. Turned out to be larger and on a thinner pita with a different sauce. We are not fans of putting French Fries on gyros, which this place did for everything. They were cheap and tasty enough (€7.50 total), though they could do better to more evenly distribute the applicable white ...
Lunch was at a seaside taverna. Killer views, equally excellent fish and Greek salad.
On the way back toward "town" we asked to be let off the bus close to the Santo winery tasting room. We were the only people getting off here (think middle of nowhere), and thus we anticipated a quaint experience. And so we were a little surprised to find maybe 15 full-sized tour buses in the Santo parking lot.
We learned that one of the ...
... the day en route to Greece. For many passengers, this will be
their last day as tomorrow is Saturday and there is a change of passengers in
Today, there was a British Style
Pub Lunch in one of the bars which was great. Vicki and I went along and had
Bangers and Mash and Steak and Kidney Pie followed by Bread and Butter Pudding
and a pint of Boddington’s. Only had to ...
... a volcano and climbed it looking at hot springs. We went back on the ferry and went to another island where mum and dad jumped off the ferry and swam to the hot springs, it was funny watching dad as he was one of the first in the water and told every one it was refreshing.
We left the island and went to Santorini going up a cable car to the top.
... in. It really is a sight to see and it's fair to say that it is probably one of the most, if not the most beautiful places we have visited. It's just got all those beautiful vistas that you could sit and look at forever. There really is a reason it's the most famous of the islands as it's absolutely stunning. So for those who have not had a chance to visit the town is perched on the literal edge of the cliff, 220 metres above sea level, and you look straight down to ...