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... on my way.
The past two and a half days have been eventful to say the least. Misfortune or let's be optimistic and call it adventure, always seems to follow me. Let me explain in short form, or at least I'll try. A late night walk in the pitch black down a path alongside the cliffs of Santorini followed by a dangerous venture along the even darker highway on the first night, reinforced the lesson of it's better safe than sorry. So with this reminder, ...
... off at. The sand was black and reminded us how spoilt we are in Australia! There were sunbeds to hire but we decided to keep driving. We had a few close calls along the way - a bus was coming around the corner in a blind spot and was on our side of the road to get around the bend. Of course the automatic direction is to swerve left but Lachie quickly corrected and got past ok. The other time, we had cars banked up behind us seeing our ATV only did ...
... limped back into Firostefani on our last few drops of gasoline (gas stations were also shut down by the power outage), and then headed out in the early evening to return the scooter and walk around the nearby town of Fira. After enjoying a few sundowners accompanied by a beautiful view, we had a disappointing dinner and walked back to our apartment to pack up for our early morning flight to Rome.
After being delayed in ...
... no my imaginary friend would be.....they saw the funny side after a minute when they worked it out. Thankfully the people here mostly speak very good English unlike those bloody romans!! A quick lesson and on went my sexy egg head helmet and i was off to explore. Well i think i was lost within 10 minutes....lol!! I was trying to find my way to Parissa which is the black beach and ended up down some bloody dead end road so i back tracked a little and took ...
... a drive down to Perissa, the beach with black sand. I'll admit I was pretty terrified with Michael driving on the wrong side of the car and the opposite side of the road on these winding country streets, but he got us there in one piece despite, in my opinion, being a little overconfident on some turns... his little outbursts of "RALLY CAR DRIVERRRR...." while spinning around the tight corners did nothing to ease my mind.
Perissa is to Santorini ...