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Travel Blogs from Milopotas
... buses came through. You would think that they would install lights or make it one way but perhaps this is part of the Greek charm to relax about such things.
We drove to the port which is down at the bottom of the red cliffs and Tiff and I went for a walk while awaiting our large catamaran.
We were a bit put off calamari after seeing large squid drying in the sun.
Then we found a herd of donkeys awaiting passengers ...
... orders kebab pitas which consists of kebab and every salad item imaginable wrapped in pita bread and dressed with yoghurt and herbs. There we were last night, rugged up to the eyeballs, standing at bar tables on the footpath under an umbrella in the pouring rain, stuffing our faces, again, and feeling like kings. Of course we always get an extra chicken stick for our cat who spent last night curled up on Alex's ...
... back to the sailboat we saw 2 Greek Mountain Goats walking along the top half of the rock volcano we were swimming near, it was pretty amazing to see how gracefully they could move around on the sharp, jagged rocks and steep cliffs! After our amazing excursion we finally went to the main island of Santorini, which is located on top of a mountain. We had to either take a chair lift up, walk up 600 steps, or ride a donkey. We chose the chair lift up and to walk down. Santorini ...
... I realized that Jose had the keys. I messaged him but he didn't get them till the morning and by then I got hold of the hotel owner to let me inside our room. It was after this night of being in the cold trying to cover myself up with my small donkey towel that I got pretty sick.
Our second day in Santorini was a struggle as we woke a bit later than day one. The weather wasn't as warm as it had been the first day, pretty overcast and even sprinkles ...
... hill and we were instantly blown away by the beauty of the town. The
sun was shining; the waves down below were glistening and dotted among the
whitewashed houses were little blue domes. It was so Greek! We spent the
morning wandering around the alley ways and snapping tons of photos. We went
into a little bakery and bought the traditional Greek specialty dessert,
baklava. You haven’t quite lived until trying baklava; its flaky filo pastry