Travel Blogs from Imerovigli
... behind you! Check behind, move diagonally towards the least crowded side of the footpath to check your map, change direction, scrape the dog pooh off your shoes, take a photo and wait until there is a gap in the traffic to move across and gawk in a shop window. You will remember that I have been compiling nominations for The Best of Our Italian and Greek Adventure. The Boigas! Don't tune out because The Boiga Awards start tomorrow. Along with more useful travel ...
... eclipse last night and we didn't know so we didn't go out to see it. bummer. would have been perfect from our balcony. This morning, we had breakfast again on our balcony, realizing that it we open our bathroom window, we can pass the breakfast through the window and not try to carry it up the stairs and through the narrow passage to the balcony. sun is out this morning and very little wind so going to be warm and beautiful for our last day ...
... world. He graduated the same year I got my degree
from Hillsdale, so we never overlapped, though we talked about Dr. Pete, Dr.
Sanders, and Tony Linn. Unfortunately,
they were staying in Perissa, so we had to cut the conversation short when they
had to change buses.
Since the first two activities only consumed about half my
day, I went back to Fira for some lunch.
Later in the afternoon, I took ...
... island. Brilliant lady. The ferry again took it out of me and i just had a gyro in the evening (no wine!!!). Monday we did the walk (see alan’s comments). We reckon it was between 11 -12 km and was in boiling weather, on somewhat precipitous cliffs in parts and a bit up and down. Took us around 3 hours, which wasn’t bad going considering I stopped to take photos every five minutes. A hard walk but exhilarating. Oia was a bit touristy but lovely with a fantastic-looking ...
... back and forth up to the town. Upon closer inspection we realized
the small path was actually a donkey taxi zone. Tens of donkeys were making
their way up the hill with tourists perched on their backs! We saw a dude at
the base of the hill with a sign reading “Donkey Station” and we were so amused
we decided that HAD to be our way up. First though, we decided to go visit the
picturesque village of Oia, which all the expensive excursions were ...