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... to watch the sunset and eat the fresh catch from the day. However, when it comes to getting there, the price you pay is steep. We ventured down the 267 steps that cover nearly a 1000 foot drop in elevation. We did this in 90 degree heat, no breeze, while being dressed in our nice 'going out to dinner clothes.' It wasn't pretty when we got to the bottom but we made it. Our restaurant of choice was Dimitri's Taverna. Sammy enjoyed fresh calamari and I chose ...
... a large crater with small islands which I guess were remnants of the mainland sticking up out of the sea. Many hotels overlook the Caldera but we weren't worried that ours didn't as the view across the Aegean is just as nice and much quieter than the hustle and bustle of Oia.
Yesterday morning we met a couple of kiwis and, guess what, they were from Nelson. We had breakfast with them and spent two hours chatting. We exchanged emails, ...
... of keeping us from getting too lazy and bored on the 7 hour ride. The final was essay-format and I think it went well! Plus, I sat up on the top deck overlooking the water, definitely making it was my most relaxing test taking experience ever.
After a long trip of napping and reading, we arrived at Santorini port. The steep ride up the mountain to our hotel ...
... surface depression. The difference between craters and calderas is principally one of size and formation process: craters rarely exceed more than a few hundred meters in diameter. Caldera collapses are often associated with explosive volcanism. Funnel-shaped calderas are the result of flank collapses during non-regular roof collapses or erosive processes.
(The famous Crater Lake in Oregon is a lake in a ...
... it can get, as there is not a lot of rainfall here, only 450 to 800mm per year, which is similar to South Australia’s, and there are no irrigation to keep the vines watered, so are reliant on the humidity in the atmosphere to catch as much moisture as possible.
We are lucky to have been dropped into the new port and we take the bus up the switchbacks. We are then taken to the Akrotiri site and then we go to the top of the highest point of ...