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... island in the caldera called Thirasia for lunch. At lunch a wild storm came up. We were in a costal tavern where lunch was made available for us. The wind became so strong tables, chairs and other items were blown around, people's food went flying, pot plants decorating the side of the open air tavern were trashed. It was an exhilarating lunch venue. When the storm died down it was back on the boat and back to port. We didn't get to finish the days activities it was suppose to end ...
... Australia. One of them asked my age and when I told him he repeated it and then said "you're still young". God bless him. Back at the hostel I chilled out for a couple of hours then at 6pm went for a walk to find another good location for the sunset. I managed to run into a big group of Busabouters and joined them at the castle taking a heap more photos. I headed home not long after the sun had set and checked out as i was leaving early in the morning. The ...
... t really care about most things" he absolutely meant it.
We saw this church on top of a large hill and decided to try to get there. I also wanted to find a less crowded beach to which Jesse agreed because then "we could find the girls (from last night) and just nude it" which he said in such a casual and non creepy way you know they'd agree... it's hard to describe. We found the path to the church and proceeded up it. Santorini had pretty strong winds and ...
... Kyle now had the fun task of driving us home to Oia. Luckily we made it without issues, the worst past being the idiots who didn't turn off the high beams. The Greeks also seem to drive a lot safer at night, as no one even tried to overtake us. After arriving back, we headed to the bakery where Kyle had a delicious dessert called Ekmek. I have been trying to reign in my spending on food as I am getting closer to the end of my trip, and to the end of my money, so no dessert for me ...
... the sun sinking into the sea even though the pension was on the wrong side of the hill. The view being advertised was from town a mere "150 metres' walk" up the hill. I think it was more than that.
It is pretty obvious that Santorini, unlike our other stops in Greece, is solely about tourism. Fira is crammed with jewellery stores, one bar was advertising that it had coverage of the AFL and NFL finals (plus the rugby world ...