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... north end of the the main Santorini island at the town of Oia for drinks and watch the famous Oia sunset. Oia is the town with the famous scenes of white buildings with blue domes. Acrotiri is Santorini's own Pompeii, the difference is no bodies or valuable belongings were found by archaeologists, suggesting the inhabitants evacuated before the eruption in about 1627 BCE (before the common era). Volcanic ash has preserved the remains of fine frescoes and many objects and artworks. ...
... and higher up we got the worse the winds got. Once we reached the church we kept going to see ancient Thira. At this point the winds were probably close to 40 mph sustained winds and I frequently had to bend my knees to just stay level. At one point we hopped onto this cliff and spread out our arms... got some great pictures until the winds almost knocked us off it.
We reached the summit only to find the ancient city closed at 245 pm so we decided to come ...
... that looks down onto a little pool which we can make use of. We were recommended a little restaurant just around the corner and had a very tasty and reasonable meal there before plopping into our beds exhausted from the long day.
The next morning I went to the reception and met Sharon from Australia and Bert ex PE who now lives in the UK(both divorced). They are travelling all over together on holiday which they try and do as much as possible as this is ...
... I saw from the ship wasn’t what I had
envisioned. We were in a giant volcanic crater that had been filled in my water
over the millions of years. We were surrounded by island. I was wondering where
the white houses with the blue domes were that I had seen in movies. I had
always thought they went all the way down the steep mountain to the sea, which
is where you would get on the back of a donkey and it would take you up. But
... As I sat there laughing to the point of tears by myself, I had a very difficult time keeping the camera still enough to snap pictures. I did, however, manage to capture some classic moments. The traffic jam soon broke and the donkeys wandered over to their parking area. Bhavan jumped off hers and sprinted up the rest of the hill to get as far away as fast as she could. Karen and Brittany weren't far behind. As they approached, all of them in tears from ...