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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Still sore and moving a little slower than usual but finally got ourselves up and ready and caught the bus to Fira and then another bus to Firostefani to have another nice meal at Galini's.
Once again we enjoyed the view, fine food and being able to get some work done. We took the bus back down to Fira and then the bus to Katerados and stopped at the grocery store for a few
more things for dinner and headed back to our place to fix our dinner and relax.
Up to another delightful light breakfast ;) , then off to the bus stop to catch the local bus to Oia (pronounced ee-a). We were worried we had missed it, but in usual Greek style is was running a little late. We wandered through Oia, hit the cash machine as we were again almost out of cash, Rob bought some shorts to replace the ones that didn't come back from the laundry in Crete, I bought a lovely blue dish, then we bought a beautiful glass piece that ...
... to the other end of the island to Oia to see the sunset from there. Beautiful pasta for dinner and overindulged in dessert being a fantastic milk chocolate crepe....brought back memories of paris but they love their nutella there! I didn't think the sunset could get any better but it sure does :) A somewhat cautious drive back in the dark on my quad, thankfully with headlights and i was home sweet home. Tucked myself up in bed and watched a dvd, the end to a perfect ...
... a bite to eat around 6pm. It's funny, when you've been in a country for a while and you start using some of the language, and when you move on sometimes you forget you've left. We were in Greece but Kate dropped a few italian thank you's after dinner. Great pronunciation I must say, just the wrong country! It was the highlight of my day.
Once we got back to the hostel we randomly bumped into our mate Blake from Auckland. Was very bizarre but great to ...
... to take it down and have lunch by the water again. Cost us 4 Euros each and we stopped at a café and had a simple lunch by the water which was nice. Wasn’t a lot to see at the old port but we saw a Donkey Station so Daisy decided we should get a donkey to carry us back to the top rather than get the cable car again. I personally wasn’t that keen and wanted to take the cable car as it was more comfortable, faster and 1 Euro cheaper but ...