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... sandy used to live in Bunbury now South Australia.
Mike and Sarah from America who where on their honeymoon.
Cruised back to the port and bus back to the drop off point. One last ice cream and pair of shoes before we go to bed for our last night in Greece.
The cruise was lovely. Would definitely recommend you book one at some point in your exploration of the islands.
... fall off. Finger tight did the trick and we were back on the road. I guess Fira is the biggest town on Santorini and probably the most touristy (especially with the donkeys/cable cars for cruise ships). We went through a little traffic jam there but found a place to park and found a little taverna that was a little out of the way. Moussaka [moo-sa-KA] was the general consensus along with a Greek salad of course. And this one was made with a hint ...
... and when they get to the top the donkey owners (who doesn't come up with you) belts the ass on the ass and it runs back down to the bottom so if you are walking up they are dangerous running toward you!
The cable car moves quickly and the ascent is really steep. At the top you walk out into the most extraordinary village of classic Greek houses literally built on the side of a mountain. The shops and cafes are at the top so ...
... and drinks, found a relatively quiet spot with a good view and sat watching the beautiful sunset (apparently one of the best in the world.
After the sunset we wandered back and had dinner along the way in a restaurant with a lovely view where we shared traditional meatballs. It was then back to the hotel for another good nights sleep.
Monday 23rd July
Had a bit ...
Yesterday was an at sea day. To be honest, it just didn't warrant a full post. So here is the recap: we were in the Aegean Sea, creeping along the coast of Crete, using it as a wind block. We enjoyed lots of time on the promenade watching the world float slowly by. I also caught another Zumba class. And we ate for the first time in the Wheel House Bar, where they were serving a British pub lunch. We had fish and chips with a view. :) It was our final ...