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... I only have a small hand bag to carry around in transit and it's a much better way than dragging a backpack or carry on bag as well. So it's goodbye ruins, souvlaki, gyros, beer, sun, beach and all things Greek and Turkish until another day. Plane 45 mins. late taking off, so hopefully we'll make up the time so we won't arrive late in Melbourne. Just ate ... Airline food is better than it was but still it is so tasteless ... Oh well. Better than ...
... places and some were in doubt whether they were cheating or not, but found it most likely that they weren't and therefore gave off colourful flashes of righteous indignation. We had an Italian couple like that. We had them behind us, then in front of us, then behind us again, then in front of us again. Then a Greek couple in front of them and us, good people, told us: You were with those people ahead of us weren't you? Yes, efkaristo very ...
After dinner we tried to find some nightlife, but wound up with gelato and heading to bed around midnight. Our room was hot and stuffy packed with us three girls, and very unpleasant. At least we had a beautiful view from our ground-level balcony (practically a front porch!), We breathed in dry air and were not happy campers, but exhausted, we fell right to ...
Santorini Today was a free day so so we had nothing booked in, so we had breakfast in a little cafe then looked around the shops. Returned to our hotel to have a swim, then then our room to have wine and watch the sunset from our balcony. The sunset takes while, so it stays light for ages. We had dinner and then went for another walk and decided to take the cable car down to the port and look around and returned by donkey ( technically they are actually mules). What an ...
... by earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. So it is a miracle that anything remains. Because the excavations at Akrotiri are ongoing, any artefacts found are restored and housed in this museum and includes stunning wall paintings andf rescoes, tiled floors, huge pots. But the most impressive piece is a glowing, pure gold ibex figurine, measuring around 10cm in length and dating from the seventeenth century bc. Absolutely perfect and pure in its ...