Dias Hotel & Apartments
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... It's awesome and noisy and threatening and joyful. Our lives are golden. We get to take it all in. Five pizza delivery motos rotate in and out in front of us. Lots of duct tape keeping them running and all together. Just like our spinning globe. Don't know how it all stays together and don't care. As long as it does. Strange encounters of a genuine kind. Sandy. She a lovely young woman running the fruit and health food store a few doors ...
... water. While the sea was a bit choppy at first--we rounded the bend and were into the calm waters of the caldera within 30 minutes of departure. Inside we snaked along the caldera walls where the water is deep enough to allow boats to within 50m of the cliff walls. We didn't take many pictures because it was just too peaceful and beautiful to bother with cameras. Plus, most of our time was spent staring up at the villages that we'd stayed in and visited all week ...
... which is very spread out, up and down many hills. Lots of very old buildings, interspersed with very new architectural gems which fit in with the overall scheme of things (even the McDonalds). Nothing above six stories, even in the commercial center. Very tranquil, other than the perpetual traffic. No room to build modern highways. Saving all our energy for Athens tomorrow. I suspect a very busy day is coming up. We cannot believe ...
... than expected: we would be in a new location for the next 7 days of the trip. Mykonos was our next stop, an island full of large granite boulders, white buildings, a maze of cobblestone streets (supposedly to confuse pirates way back when), and beautiful beaches. Rob went along with Dave and Lisa to see the nearby island of Delos, where some of the oldest ruins in the Mediterranean exist. Blake and I had one goal in mind: beach all day. Once we finally, lazily, made our ...
... not really wet. Since we were getting wet we decided to go in the pool. Brilliant idea. It felt so good. After a quick dip, into the hot tub. I decided to go into the spa for a steam and shower. Christopher went back to the room.
Dinner was in the Grand Dining room. Dinner was with all eight of us at one table. I suggested we not sit near our cabin mate so we could shake it up a bit. Worked out ...