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Caleb and I had one more morning on the beach and played some futbol before taking a dip. As planned the night before we stopped for a final Naxos ice cream en route to the ferry. We got a great seat outdoors on the ferry and our seat mates made it an interesting trip. There was a 66 year old greek guy who grew up in Australia traveling with his 33 year old Philippine wife whom he married in January of this year. Over the course of 2 hours we ...
... bikes we did a massive day tour of Santorini which was excellent. The day started visiting some archeological museum which was really boring but luckily the day improved. We boarded an awesome traditional gulet looking boat and went to some of the smaller islands off Santorini. We hiked a volcano which was so fun! especially because courto and I enjoyed the familiar burn of our muscles we had missed from our gym sessions. There was a great breeze on top of the volcano so it ...
... there every morning, and visited with us readily. She worked split shifts from 6 am-noon and 6-closing in the lounge. We asked her when she slept? Maria is a single mom working hard to provide a life for her son without his father in their lives. When I mentioned how hard this must be for her, her response was that it is all for the Baby. Definitely good person. Our seatmate on the ferry from Heraklion to Santorini is from Athens and speaks very ...
... of the caldera. From there I had a panoramic view of the entire island of Santorini including Oia in the far off distance that I was supposed to hike to. I started my journey walking through the pedestrian paths of Fira and the neighboring town of Imerovigli keeping to the edge of the caldera. Eventually the rows of shops, restaurants, and hotels subsided and the paved path turned into a dirt trail. The wind was particularly strong in areas and ...
... in circular like baskets which are close to the ground to protect the grapes from the winds. The early morning mist irrigates the grapes.
We drove to the eastern side of the island to a black sand beach at Perissa. We also visited a viewpoint where the 1711 Monastery of Prophet Elias is located in the village of Pyrgos. Our driver took us to Oia for a group photo and a walk through this picturesque town ...