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... side mexican restaurant with acoustic live music owned by an Australian lady. It was such a great atmosphere and the food was amazing. We had white wine sangrias and enchiladas while watching the sun go down. After a few hours there we crammed into taxis to take us back to the centre of town to start our 11 bar pub crawl. I only made it to 2am and 6 bars before I called it quits. I don't have as much energy as the others in the ...
SANTORINI, SEPTEMBER 25, 2014
Today we woke up early enough to see the ship sail into the beautiful port of Santorini. The harbor, of course, is in the caldera of an inactive volcano. The villages are displayed all along the rim of the caldera and the contrast of the white of the houses and the dark brown of the caldera sides is striking with the intense blue of the sky. Santorini has taken note of the boat drivers ...
... and you get yourself a sweet hat if you do it but I wasn’t feeling exactly up to it so I sat this one out. The guys on the mike got the group to start dancing and we all had a good time and then head off to the next place. We would stay about 40 minutes in each pub/club before leaving and after traffic we went to Flames. This is when I started to feel alright and I sipped a beer while dancing. They had face painting and we got ourselves done up with paint. We had ...
... rest of our stay in Santorini!
The next day, somewhat refreshed, the group had a chilled out day at the beach and pools down at Perissa, a beach also known as Black Beach due to the jet black sand which is scattered across the entirety of the beach. That night I met up for dinner with my now good friends Mia and Amiee in the northern town of Oia to watch the ...
... and the caldera - you feel as though you're on a private island.
Lunch was calling so we walked into the main town - Fira (about 20mins), the view along the way was gorgeous too, we enjoyed traditional Greek cuisine and wine on a roof top restaurant. Soaking up the sun and already feeling so relaxed we enjoyed the view of the Caldera then walked around Fira exploring the streets and stores.