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... kept walking up and down alleys.
After booking our boat trip we where told we needed black
bathers. Damn I will need a new pair! On sale, bargain, and a couple of bras. Nice.
some other bits and pieces and back for a swim.
Pizza Delivery for dinner.
I said they would need one each. Obviously after their 2litres each of beer the boys were full and only managed half each.
Ready for bed but it's not dark ...
... hoped for but was quite nice. Guess wanted the soup like what Robert had in Venice!
Worked on stories until we ran out of juice and then walked around in Fira stopping and looking over the edge of the hill. It is also nice to look at the gelato store display because of the very interesting textures and colors available!
There were some of the cruise ships in town and there were people ...
... civilised considering the logistics. No prizes for guessing who wants in, water that is, again. Kathy has had enough of this nonsense and high tails it out of here and charges up the few hundred steps to the top of the island and back, interesting way to work off lunch. Back on board after a few hours of leisure for a drop of point within the harbour side village at the northern most point of the mainland caldera called Oia. They say its the best place to view the sunset but ...
... used to eating by myself. I had a delicious bowl of pasta then made my way back to my hostel for a shower which was a shithouse scolding dribble of water. There was absolutely no water pressure or temperature control! The next morning I got up early for the free breaky on the upstairs patio overlooking the ocean. I was having a good day dream and enjoying the view when I heard the loudest "eeeee-aawwwww" which scared the daylights out of me. It was my ...
... the sand is black, and they didn't lie this time, it actually was very dark. It was starting to get a bit late so we decided to make the trek back up to Oia, as this involved covering most of the island. We got back safely (Kyle driving luckily, as at one point the brakes needed to be applied quickly) and charged batteries in a couple of cameras. We then headed back out (me driving the scenic trip this time) and stopped off in the pretty town of Amerovigli, which had a ...