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... get a 'taxi' in other parts of the world, the driver doesn't stop for a **** mid way home, while you are still on board (well hold that thought some of the Sydney taxis I have jumped into - this could have occurred). These things need to be considered in Santorini! Anyway Santorini, absolutely beautiful spot, the geology itself is extremely impressive. People also think that the fact that the houses are all uniform is also amazing. What is amazing is that at the start of ...
... perhaps the most famous of the Greek islands and certainly one of the most well trodden. Earlier that morning Nathan and I had grabbed a late breakfast before hopping on the massive Blue Star Delos, a ship that dwarfed the other ferry’s we have taken so far this trip. The ship was so big that it had nine floors, a giant duty free shopping boutique, several cafes, a fast food restaurant and its own helipad!
Three hours of smooth sailing later we approached Santorini. ...
A new day and a new island Santorini larger than Mykonos and coming in by air it looked more fertile with a flourishing wine industry.
Fira sits steeply and precariously on the edge of a cliff face. The town shops, streets, roads, restaurants and hotels perch on the edge so all pathways are up or down hill.
We are at the top end of Fira walking distance to town, Tony is our host and runs this hotel with his parents here to help out.
Today our plans were to do nothing and sit at the pool, however the weather didn't cooperate so we ended up walking through Oia again. The road to Oia ( about 1/4 mile) is very narrow in spots and we thought our toes would be run over whenever a bus passed. We just held our breath and pulled in our toes as we pressed against the wall. We could not understand why we saw so many brides having their pictures taken here in Oia yet never saw a wedding. It turns out that the couples ...
... crater hint at the magma chamber deep beneath the island. Of course you have to get off the boat and walk to the central crater, which builds an appetite for lunch but also gives the entertainment of watching some people walk up a scree slope in not so sensible shoes. Fortunately everyone made it back to the boat.
After a short stop at the hot springs (which are actually in the sea so you have to swim a 100m or so from the boat to reach them) it ...