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My last day in Santorini ....
The last few days seem to have flown and it's hard to believe that there is one more night in Athens, then home. A few days ago, I felt really re day to come home, but now I think I'd be happy to stay on.
Never mind, all good things come to an end.
Spent the day again with Andrea and Sarah. We caught the local bus to Santo Wines.
Santorini is beginning to get a reputation for white ...
... a yummy mummy also from Melbourne, who has a soft spot for Santorini, and is also friends with BJ.
Collectively, we all sporadically hung out together, beaching or pooling by day, followed by big wild drunken activities by nights.
On my 2nd night, as I was a passenger on the back of a ATV quad bike, and BJ driving around like a true raging local, we made our way to Aegiolos, a gorgeous beach side restaurant where a small paddle boat that ...
... proud of the dessert style wine that is produced called a instants. A 12 year old bottle costs 80 euro. The cellar door is very good, set under cooling deck areas overlooking the views. They produce a tasting selection of up to twelve glasses with accompanying appetiser foods which seems to be a big hit. We just tasted the booze and them back on the bus for home, the pool beacons and we do need to have a team meeting about where we are going to go tomorrow and ...
... as we couldn't agree, so compromised on bunch) would meander up the path opposite our patio, bells tinkling happily. Oh and the most gorgeous black cat with green eyes has adopted us. She is presently curled up on my bed as I write this. Apparently she is the favourite of the tourists who come here and is fed heartily by the restaurant next door. She is waiting for us everytime we come back.
So we're about to get up and find food and hire a car. Wish us ...
... 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 ...