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... brought us caviar, shrimp and cheese. So we had the rest of Michael's champagne and some prosecco . It was quite nice. We then had dinner at hot rocks with blankets over our knees and the heating lamps blasting on our heads. It was very good.
Today we are in Santorini for the 2nd time this trip. We took a "union" boat to the south end of the isle. The Santorinians have learned from the boatmen on Capri and now only ...
... remind me to slow down and focus on what's important – family, friends & meaningful connections."
On our transition day, we said a tearful farewell to Liam, Jennifer, and Patrick, and had a full day on our own to regroup and prepare for the next family's arrival. Sam and I commenced our day with a run, then Goodners went ashore to have a long, leisurely ...
... was beautiful. Because of the location of Oia, there is no caldera between the sun and the sea. The colors of they sky around, the movement, watching it fall under the sea. Watching it, I kept reminding myself, it is me (the world) moving away - not the sun. It was almost perfect, except for everyone around. People were standing shoulder to shoulder with the faces in their camera snapping hundreds of pictures. Don't get me wrong, I took some ...
... donkeys up or to walk nearly 700 slippery stairs!)
At Fira's Avis depot, we discovered that the 'manager' was 'busy' elsewhere so our pre-ordered rental car fizzled out; no problem, the agency next door helped us out with a better, cheaper vehicle and we were soon on our way.
We had a list of destinations on the short list but chose to go to Oia (at the far northern tip) first, - we fell in love with Oia and stayed to explore it for as long ...
... an amazing place - as we approached it looked like a cake with icing dribbling down -these were the houses perched in the top. Santorini is what remains of a volcanic island which blew 1600BC. The harbour is in the crater as the whole side had been blown out. There is no port, so were went ashore by tender boat. To get to the town at the top of the cliff there are 4 choices , tour bus (we weren't booked on a tour), donkey(not ...