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... our modern ones) on the third floor. They have found a few ones of animals but no human remains. No one knows what actually happened to the people, though it may possible that they fled Akrotiri as the volcano began its pre-eruptive cycle. Excavation of the site has almost completely stopped as the government has no more money to fund the project. They wait for donors or random grants to take the next step in excavation. It seemed odd to us that it all just sat ...
... out of a deep blue sea. You can understand why Greece has such a rich mythological heritage when you sit here and watch the sun go down. It really is other worldly. The island is practically deserted and there is no-one staying at our apartments. We have a heated spa right outside our door and at the moment we are sitting on our balcony, drinking creamy coffee and waiting for the spa to heat up. Last night ...
We did not rush about this morning to leave the hotel and get into town but took our time with a leisurely breakfast on our balcony and then checked with our host to book tickets to ride the boat out to volcano island. This half day excursion takes you to the active volcano and you walk up the volcano. Active in that there are fume-roles but no lava. Then you go to the smaller island behind it which releases hot water into the ocean and you ...
... am glad we got to experience Santorini. It unfortunately wasn't the perfect meal to finish our stay.
I'm going to miss Santorini, especially our afternoon naps when lying in the shade with that cool breeze blowing is the most amazing relaxing thing. And I'm really go to miss all the animals howling away at night. From the dogs, donkeys, insects and what I think is an owl that hoots all day and night long, they will all be missed.
... head for the nearest Taverna 'Anomomelios' for some excellent souvlaki and our (sorry my) first taste of the local wine (Steph still being on her course of antibiotics - only 1 day to go!). Back up to Captain John's and we check in to a great little apartment which is built partly into the volcanic rock of the Caldera, we settle down for some much needed sun and have a quick splash in the hot tub before getting ready to head into Oia to ...