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Travel Blogs from Malia
... We picked out a cute little restaurant in a square just off the busiest roads. There we had another fabulous meal. Greek salad, amazing grilled mushrooms (no idea what kind, but they looked like fans), and a house “special” – feta wrapped in bacon and eggplant. Seriously, that was the best thing we’ve eaten here. We were sad to find out that this wasn’t a traditional Greek dish as one of the ladies at the shop ...
... all the Greek people have been the restaurant owners were great. Apart from a slip down the stairs, we had a great night capped off by a classic taxi driver. The next day we signed up to see more of the islands which included a great view of 'Thira' (Santorini's main island), a climb up the active volcano, a swim in the hot "springs" ( more like a warm Murray river), swim at little Fira and its clear waters and finally finishing ...
... now starving as lunchtime had come and gone. Lunch itself could hardly be called food. I think we managed to stomach 25% of it, plus it was bread surprise for Jen. Bread in the Greek salad, bread on the “pork” (aka fat with a tiny amount of meat), utensils served on bread. Good lord. And that treat cost 21 Euro! We’d been had again. For dinner (much earlier than expected considering we barely touched lunch), we hit up a spot recommended in ...
... century BC! The potteries are for you Mum..they used some sort of wheel to turn their clay. The large urn is the same height as Brian it was turned in three to four pieces.....someone must have been the turner & someone else the potter surely? Must have been a combination of coils & turning. Later potteries were seen to be painted then the dark paint was etched. You may make out the little blue pottery....time after trade with exports & imports.
... there’s really no point coming here if you can’t eat dairy. It’s magic. I’m not exaggerating. (Insert Brad’s comments: She’s exaggerating)
After a breakfast of, you guessed it, yogurt & nectarines, we decided to chance it and take the metro. On the way to the train, we passed many taxi drivers offering rides. "Strike today, no buses!" (as buses are driving by on the same street) ...
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