Hotel Maria Preka
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... our "quad." Kyle said the rental agent asked him if he'd ever driven a quad. He responded with no, but snowmobile. The rental guy laughed nervously and said, "similar? Okay? Okay!" Away we went to Pyrgos and Franco Columbo's famous cafe for brunch! Kyle is no Boy Scout in Santorini! He gets so turned around, especially at noon! Luckily, I'm the best co-pilot, as long as I'm given a healthy dose of Greek ...
... to make jewellery and souvenirs.
Having taken the advice of the ships on-board announcement and "prepared for disembarkation", Nathan and I were amongst the first passengers off the ferry and onto the bus that would take us to Santorini’s main town: Fira. The journey itself was equal parts terrifying and gorgeous. The ferry port is located at the bottom of a massive cliff, and in order to get to the main road the bus had to wind its way up a crisscrossing path filled ...
... you know the part everyone wants with roast lamb at home! The service was fantastic and friendly and packed with tourists as it had a rave revue in Lonely Planet.
The entries to my blog are slow in Santorini with Wifi at our hotel a bit random.
I am missing the quiet life and charm of Mykonos, Santorini is busy and noisy with lots of cars making the narrow donkey paths very congested.
The views from the top of the Cyclades here in ...
religion. Steph got really upset. I was feeling super sick from this
stupid cold. Weather was overcast and super windy. Walked around the
town a bit but there was really nothing to do. Beach was out of the
question. Had dinner at a pizza place which was just average.
Santorini. Kinda **** day really. We
got up early to do the boat cruise out to the volcano and hot
springs. Both attractions ...
The last stop was Oia to watch the sunset. Sounds great except you have to climb the two hundred odd steps up from the dock to the main town. Some people were staying on the boat whilst we were getting off and would come back by bus after the sunset. So before getting to shore the guide gave us instructions to wait on the pier so that she could tell us when and where to catch the bus. As expected thou some people don't understand the term wait ...