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After spending quite some time overloaded with the party scene in Mykonos, I wasn't too sure what to expect for my arrival into Santorini.
It was as though when the speedboat pulled up to dock, I had entered a picturesque backdrop that you would only expect to see in movies like Lord or the Rings or something!
Cliffs for days, and unlike Mykonos where the city is below the mountain/cliff tops, Santorini was the polar opposite.
As I climbed into ...
... On the way down we see the donkeys that we were warned against using as transportation however there are still guests using them. On this same zig zag pathway is other tourist walking down to catch the tender trying to avoid the donkey poo and the donkeys who can be unpredictable at times. Our ship tour lecturer found this out today as we saw her with ice on her leg as the donkey had thrown her off. We were a bit perplexed as to why she was on the donkey as she was ...
... which kept locking Alex's door when it wasn't supposed to, like when he was trying to exit the car. Any way it took me about half an hour to not turn on the windscreen wipers instead of the indicator and I somehow managed to activate a spotlight on the front of the car which I couldn't switch off. We must have looked a treat, crawling very slowly along the road, back and front windscreen wipers going full throttle, ...
... and such. Love these kinds of things but gosh I have enough already. I have a friend who makes a resolution every New Year and this year's resolution was to get ride of 365 items. She's doing quite well. I didn't make a resolution but I think I am probably close to ADDING 365 items this year. heavy sigh. maybe next year I can get rid of stuff :)
So finally back to Fira and then to Imerovigli. I was following the ...
... earrings in every country we visit (in addition to fridge magnets...). Thus, our pre-dinner mission was to look for typically Greek earrings. There are millions of jewellery stores in Fira, but we made the mistake of going into one of the most expensive ones. We quickly realised our mistake, but by that time the sales lady had already set her sights on us and it took us a good twenty minutes to get out of there (our bank account unscathed).
We picked a ...