Hotel Kavuras Village
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... we found a group of Syrian refugees camped in the open. The town authority had given them portaloos and they had mattresses and bedding to sleep on. There were a number of children playing happily on the grass.
On the way back to the ship we decided to detour around the wharves to take pictures of the ship moored almost in the main street. On the waterfront we saw a larger group of Syrian refugees who ...
... so do we, and they provide a bit of entertainment in the absence of internet or
worthwhile TV, now that Bill and Polly have left. The lovely view from the
terrace only provides just so much interest!
The next few photos are from the main town and port,
Parakia, which has some lovely bougainvillea ...
... in the sanctuary we happened upon a woman who I guess to be in her 80's selling olive oil, post cards and cold sodas from a cave. We of course bought an orange soda from her and continued on our way appreciating the brief interesting interaction. If you like the idea of a secluded, beautiful, affordable Greek Island vacation, and you don't mind missing out on the disembarked (disgorged) cruisers or the Jagermeister beach scenes, I'd ...
... and we went ashore by tender, then busses up a very steep winding hill, Eraine had her eyes closed all the way up. Santorini was different to what I imagined. The houses are beautiful but the surrounding landscape is very barren and dry, consisting of dark volcanic soil, it only rains about 45 days per year there. Oia pronounced "Ea" at the end of the island was the first stop for a walk through the town and of course photo shots in all ...
... And he said “Now you waste my time, so you pay eighteen.”
Bye Bye! I marched in the store, rounded up all my American friends, and we left without buying a thing. He probably lost at least 60 euro in profit- well, that’s what you get for being rude!
A jewelry store I frequented later in the day was amazing in comparison. The man was so personable. I told him that his work was beautiful but I simply ...