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... We also got a plate of Greek snacks. The tzatziki was really good! It was interesting to learn that 80% of the wine that they make on the island stays on the island. Then we were driven to the capital of Fira. From there we were able to do a little bit of shopping before we rode the cable cars down the mountain to the harbor where the ferry boats took us back to the ship. Once we got back to the ship, we showered, went to dinner, and were in bed by 11 ...
... cliffs of volcanic rock. Villages are perched on top of the cliffs some 300 metres above sea level. As there are no wharves to dock the ships, they anchor with guests transferred by large tender boats. Then it's either a cable car up the side of the cliff, or alternatively there are donkeys available to carry you up a narrow steep winding path perched onto the side of the hills. We opt for the cable car. Even Leesa opts for ...
... we were greeted by a cab driver he did turn and say, you know how much it costs, right? And we asked what the fare would be. He told us 20 euros. I told him we had done it twice and paid 10. He said something about it being later and a set fare. So we turned around a walked into the Metro station. Instead, we paid a total of $1.80 for our three tickets. A little more time but way less money.
Up to our room – I wish you could have seen the three of ...
... definitely ate our fare share!
We only had one full day to explore the beautiful island of Santorini so we decided to hire a scooter to fit it all in. We went to see the red beach, the white beach and the black beach, we had small whole fried fish for lunch up on a hill with a great view out over the ocean and we enjoyed a mojito at one of the many bars running along the sand where hundreds of beach umbrellas and sun beds are set up for tourists. We ...
... strip. It's only a 5 min walk away. We picked up some playing cards and grabbed some dinner. We went to this place called Cesare, that was recommended to us by Natalia. Steph had stuffed tomato and pepper and Sean had kleftico, which is lamb slow roasted for hours with veg, feta and potatoes. We came back to the hotel hoping for a better day tomorrow.