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... are in Hawaii, the one we saw tonight wasn't anything special. Amoudi Bay was very beautiful, just some restaurants right on the water. We have successful conquered the entire island which is pretty awesome, it was awesome to rent a car for a few days. We are headed to Ios tomorrow on the ferry around 11am. I think everyone should visit Santorini, it's such a beautiful, picturesque ...
... at the end of the street ... 6.50 euro for gyros and a beer ... Yum.
Some more wandering and I was in the Plaka, the big tourist area right near the acropolis, and I just wandered, spent some euro (well it's not worth taking little stuff home is it?) and then went back to my hotel, which has a magnificent view from the rooftop balcony to the Acropolis. Disappointingly there was no bar !
so off to bed ... For my last sleep in Athens. ...
... and we spent the day watching the world go by. We had two swims. each time it felt cold getting into the water but soon after submerging the water felt a perfect temperature. It was so flat that it was like swimming in a big swimming pool. Each restaurant lining the sea front has it's own sun chairs in front of it on the beach and hence the wifi offered by each. By chance we got one that had a music playlist of easy listening older music that Ang or ...
... into Oia town and we browsed the shops with more success than Milan and then watched the famous sunset.
It was lovely watching the sun slowly sink into the Aegean. Also there was a pink shading on many of the white villas that was pretty.
We sat and had a Greek meal- Rami had olives, ouzo and moussaka-and watched an almost full moon rise over the cliffs and bathe the bay in moonlight. Just beautiful.
The weather is warm and sunny.
It promises to be a good few days!
... the world. They sit perched on a cliffs edge - all painted white with a smattering of famous blue domes. Every picture is a postcard! First it's off on a drive to Oia (pronounced 'ee-ya') - to see amazing views and rolling hills of Pumice - created by the volcanic eruption. It used to be the main export of the island but it is now prohibited. We also see fields of grapes, not up on trellises like ours, but rolled into a basket shape on the ground ...