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... and pringles!
After getting ready we rode but up to Oia, had a stroll and went to dinner. Sunset was at 8.30 so after our entrée we left the restaurant, caught the tail end of the sunset, and yep its as amazing as they say. All sunsets are beautiful but one ones here are particularly amazing. I am so lucky to have experienced it.
Back to dinner, we finished our meals and enjoyed the lights of Santorini for the evening before cruising home.
Aussie over and out ...
... are still more to be discovered. (You will have to ask Paul if you want any more info about that visit,.....LOL)
Went to the beach with black sand - interesting but I have to say that we are so spoilt with our beaches that anything else just does not impress.....
Time to go to Germany and catch up with the family.
... the weight! (And cheap beer!) We took our makeshift picnic back to the hotel and enjoyed pre-dinner drinks/pastries on our balcony. Around this time a fog/mist started rolling into the island. We are situated pretty high up in Imerovigli so it was like we were in a cloud. When I shared my thoughts with Nick his response was: "then where are all the files?" (As in "The Cloud") - insert eye roll and groan here. Like I want to think about work right now! We were in for a ...
... them in the evening. Bad luck Peter, you’ll have to wait for Monte Carlo when we disembark!
We missed the floor show tonight, having too much fun over dinner. After dinner Julianne and Ian joined us in The Club where we thought, being a sea day tomorrow, it would be rocking. Not much happening, even the Casino closed early. So we called it a night.
We now leave the Greek Islands and head back into Italian ports. ...
The next day we arrived on the island of Santorini. Since
Santorini has no large port we had to anchor out in a bay and disembark via
tenderboats. (small boats that hold about 50 people) It was quite an operation,
getting 3800 people off a boat and onto an island. We could see the capital
city (but more like village) of Fira at the top of the steep mountain perched
on the edge of the cliffs. The only ways up were a cable car and a small switch-back-y