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... back up the steep path. At five euros I think it is well worth it. The all wear bells which sounds really sweet. (The scent is not sweet by the way).
Eventually our boat arrived and I was pleased to see that it was large and stable. The swell became quite rough later but the boat handled it without too much rocking.
We travelled out to one of the new islands that has formed in the centre of the caldera and some went ...
... 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, ...
... beautiful place also, with a lot of shopping, gorgeous views, and incredible villas and hotels. We stopped and ate lunch at a restaurant overlooking the water on the side of a cliff, unfortunately they did not have Red Donkey or Yellow Donkey Beer, which is a beer found only in Santorini where the brewery is and they do not export off the island. We had hoped to find a place to buy some and take it home but we had no luck, I guess we have to wait till next time! After, lunch ...
... Our destination today was the red beach. Funnily enough it was red. Jose had gone a little bit harder then me the night before and was feeling pretty "sore" and sorry for himself. I definatly heard him say "I really hope I don't get any tonight, I'm just so sore". The beach I thought was pretty cool, but after about half an hour we left as it was freezing our nipples. We chilled at our villa for an hour or two, before catching the bus to Oia. Oia is ...
... up pistachios, almonds and other nuts and then completely
saturated in honey. It is pure happiness in a box. We split a piece while
sitting at one end of the cliff looking back over Oia. It was one of those
“doesn’t get much better than this” moments.
When we arrived back at the base
of Fira we found the donkey station and a man led us to a lineup of 5 or 6
donkeys. In Greek he babbled on and gestured at which donkey we could each ...