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We arrived in Santorini in the dark, so we couldn't really see the unbelievable beauty. When the taxi driver dropped us off at the he said to go down the stairs to the reception and send a bellboy up for the bags.....good plan....the steps are very steep and there are many of them. You really earn your wage being a bellboy in Santorini! The hotel …
... we were in Greece, we decided to head to the far end of the village to take in the world famous Santorini sunset.
What a letdown. An unfortunate side effect of the time of the year was the low and thick cloud cover that seemed to settle in just as the sun was about to set, effectively taking away any opportunity for the beautiful views that this particular village is renowned for. Oh well, we had two more nights so surely we would have a chance to see one ...
... for the residents, the only water they have is what falls from the sky and what they get delivered from the 2 desalination plants & bottled drinking water. The island also has approx 400 churches, but only 14 priests!! Apparently most of the church's are "family/private churches" and are mainly used for special occasions like name days, celebrating "Saint" days etc. Our first stop was the township of Oia, perched high on the cliffs. It is absolutely gorgeous, ...
... for the perfect spot for a photo, we headed back to our villa to enjoy it in peace. That was yesterday, and unfortunately for me my morning today started with a headache...so I ended up having quite a sleep in and a slow start to the morning. We eventually headed out, no plans in mind other than do some souvenir shopping! We found a lovely painting, which was a lot cheaper than expected. Bonus! Our future house is destined to be covered in paintings ...
... He explained some History of the island for us and was genuinely kind. So definitely good person status. As we rode the hop on hop off bus to Knossos, Bonnie and I opted to stand rather than wait for another bus. The young guy taking our tickets was concerned that we wouldn't hear the guided tour without seats. Bonnie told him he should be our guide, so he did. In between landmarks and bit of history, he explained his feelings on the economy ...