Levante Beach Hotel
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Wake up aged 61 to another windy day on Santorini and wish we were on Naxos! Nigel Williams left message on mobile last night inviting us to stay at his place on Mylos Island this week as he had just arrived there - unfortunately no time left! Today we bus it to Pyrgos ...
... on it’s side and designed like a couch was reserved for us to enjoy the scenery, the black sand by the water, and of course each others company. The menu was divine and the complimentary wine was really setting the mood.
Other beaches I visited during my time in Santorini was Kamari beach, a local beach where the airport was quite close, and the endless aircraft coming into land, so near, you could almost touch them. As you can imagine, I was in my ...
Decide to bus it around the island, we first head to the highest point to have a Captain Cook at the place, I know you do not know this so if will tell you, 65% of the land is taken up by grape vines. Of the wine produced only 20% gets exported, thus the reason you have not come across a wine from Santorini (more on the fermented juice later). We next head to the walled village of Pirgos, talk about being walled out, during our travels we have entered more ...
... 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, ...
... they are at the top of the 356m Mesa Vouno Mountain give great views of this part of the island. You can walk up the ruins from Kamari along the 'paved' road that zigzags up the mountain side. We decided to get the bus, costs a few euro’s but avoids a steep climb under the hot Mediterranean sun.
There is still a climb up from the end of the road to the actual ruins so it was good to get back to the hotel and go ...