Hotel Hellas Santorini
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... of the farmers have given it up to go into the tourism industry instead because it is a lot easier. We got off the bus and walked through the Pyrgos village. We saw several churches. Our guide informed us that there are 46 churches just in this one village. Most of the churches are family owned and not open to the public. They only tend to be open one day a week unless something good or bad happens (weddings, baptisms, and funerals). Most of ...
... guides leading crowds WITH selfie sticks!... It's awful.
Our group is bussed around to Oia, the second village on the rim for dinner and the legendary sunset. Hundreds, if not thousands, crowd the vantage points for a view. We retreat instead to a restaurant with a sea view and great dips and moussaka.
The pink of the sky is beautiful but Liz and I can't wait to escape from the masses... Back to the serenity of Panorama II please and a peaceful iced tea.
... Plenty of time to board and find our spot.
Another eight hour ferry ride, but only two stops along the way and time to catch another incredible sunset over the Mediterranean. Our ride was rather uneventful. The internet was not great and kept Alex from finishing up the paper he still had to write before Monday. He was able to use my tablet, but without access to his online resources, he couldn’t get much done.
We would not be back to ...
... were all bright and bubbly preparing for their night out and we were yet to bounce back, barely able to hold a conversation! We decided to have a quite night in and both squeezed into the bed on the bottom bunk and settled in to watch a movie. It's a lot harder to get a good nights sleep in a hostel when you go to bed without at least a drink or two. We both woke every couple of hours with people coming in and out but I was too tired to even get up to get ...
... spectacular so will post more as we get out and about. Today we are doing banking and laundry and sometime today our friends the O'Briens arrive.
The donkeys here are still in use to carry tourists down the steep hills to view the coastal towns.
It is not hard to imagine the days of old when the donkeys were the only form of transport for work and transfer. Now the island is congested with many vehicles, large buses, motor bikes and small ...