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... than Thira, but based on the same style, a city clinging to a cliff face, marked out in white and blue. We walked a few of the streets when I suddenly heard someone yelling out to all the tourists “Sorry! Please move to the side! Sorry!”- we very soon saw why. Just as there has probably been for a good many hundreds of years if not more, there was a man guiding a fully laden donkey (carrying about 8 big gas cylinders I think) through these narrow ...
... down to the coast and take a tender back to the ship. Fira is another pretty town, and I suppose if I were interested in shopping, I would've been more interested, but we can't carry anything else!
Paul and I agree that the cruise was perfect for us. We wanted to see the islands, but we would not have had the energy (or the budget) to travel from island to island by ferry and find hotels ...
... a disappointing meal unfortunately. We paid our bill and wondered back to the hotel to lay on the sun loungers by the pool. The rest of the afternoon involved happy hour 5€ cocktails, getting some sun and lazing about. We booked a boat tour for tomorrow and went out for dinner back to a restaurant on the beach front, that was nothing amazing salmon was over cooked. Then home to ...
... restaurant and look at the view. It must have seemed like paradise, J & P, as it looked pretty good even now! We wandered the streets exclaiming at the view very few steps, amazed at how these little villas cling to the cliffs. Wound our way on the bus to Santo Winery for a wine tasting (loved their dessert wine!) with cheese, tomato and olives. They have a stunning situation looking down the island and many weddings are held here with the sunset ...
... was the small port of Oia, where I had two options; I could visit the villiage of Oia, enjoy the famous sunset and return at your hotel with the local bus, or I could stay on board, enjoy the view of Oia and return to the Port of Fira. I chose to stay on the boat and returned at 5:45pm.
I couldn't think of a better way to spend a day in Greece!