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... and ocean was lit with the morning's glancing light---casting shadows in directions that let us see parts of the caldera that we'd yet to truly see. Sail boats were already skimming the water's calm surface all over the bay. Clouds billowed over the horizon in all directions and for the first time we could see other Greek islands past the caldera's edge. Some of these islands are similar in size ...
... size of our cameras! What's more, I am the first of 42 passengers in to breakfast! It is an unprecedented feat!
The island of Santorini, or Thira, is in the Cyclades group of islands and is a caldera - a volcanic rim within the sea. It looks about 20km in diameter and in it's centre is a small island composed totally of black lava rock, being the action part of the volcano. The rim of the crater rises out 260 metres up above the sea in spectacular style around us. ...
... distance. Then up a little higher and do it again. Then a little higher and a little higher. We thought once we reached the top we would see not only Fira but also Oia. We climbed all the way up and celebrated with a group picture. J Then I started thinking about how I had to go back down.
For whatever reason, going up I never thought about falling, but going down, it was all I thought of. Alex was running down and hit some loose gravel and ...
... taking place and as you walk around in Fira you most days see at least one couple posing for their pictures. Always so interesting to see.
Can't remember much of what we had for lunch but for dinner Robert ordered kleftikos, which is a traditional Greek dish consisting of lamb and veggies cooked in parchment. It ...
... is cave like, built back into the Caldera side of the cliff whereas Thira is free standing buildings. We saw more blue domes, church bells and the windmill although the most famous windmills are in Mykonos. When you get off the bus and head up the stairs, you are at a fork. If you go left, you come across all the high end stores and restaurants and the ground is covered in grey marble. If you go right at the fork, you come across not so high end stores and cobble stones. After ...