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TripAdvisor Reviews Kyma Villas Santorini
Travel Blogs from Santorini
... their sunbeds! It was pretty funny to watch us all doing that. The water was refreshing and cold and there weren't really any waves and no sharkes (nice!) so it was a really enjoyable swim out in the sea.
We drove out to the lighthouse to watch the sunset...instead of going right to the light house where everyone else was congregating, we stopped a little ways back on the side of the rode, found a rock to sit on and watched the sunset. It was so romantic and nice ...
... weren't walking around and blocking our view. We stayed under the umbrella most of the time, reading (our pale skin can only take so much sun in one day...). Travis had talked a big game about wanting to cliff dive (or something similar) -- but when the opportunity presented itself with some kids jumping off a ~25 ft cliff, he quickly changed his tune.
There were a lot of people (immigrants) walking up and down the beach offering massages or ...
... the beer.
We found a couple of bars and
eateries that I did not know existed this morning when we went for a walk
around the ship (or part of it) The Emerald Princess really is a huge vessel.
We saw a good show in the Princess
Theatre tonight, went and played Trivia, and then called it a night. A busy day
doing nothing at sea.
Tomorrow we are in Athens and an
early day ...
... island caldera plugs'(called Nea Kameni and Palea Kameni) in the middle of the bay indicating activity that has occurred over time.
So it is special.
FYI -- The island owes its dramatic landscape to one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recorded history. It occurred around 1600 BC, and what was once the island of Thira sank to the bottom of the caldera and the sea rushed into the abyss to create the great bay or lagoon.
... stay in Oia, since it’s swarmed by tourists, but what a beautiful place to visit! For part of the walk, an aging black dog joined us, stopping as often as we did to admire the view. Seemed like she did this walk every day and never tired of the vistas.
Santorini is famous for its sunsets, with views of the Burnt Islands in the centre of the water-filled caldera – and on our final night, we were ...