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... to the coastal part, which is much flatter. We had the map from Tony but also another bus map and it was helpful to give an overview. Although we got 'lost’ we knew we were heading in the right direction and that the sign for airport meant to go the other way. John was basically confident he knew the general direction and when we arrived at a winery with good views we knew he was right and also where we were.
We rejected the idea of eating at ...
... a very lovely German “Mom” did the same for us and saved us a grim trip back across choppy water!). We disembarked and headed back to our hotel to change and rest before heading out for a light snack at a restaurant called Karma we had wanted to try. We decided to order appetizers that we had not tried before and although very interesting and tasty, we wished we had opted for plain old Greek Salad and Tzatziki… we are not bored of the view ...
... to get a good long chat in. As we went in and out of video and voice calling to keep a connection, I was doing our Turkish visa applications and booking our flights to Istanbul for the 5th October and after we finished our good chat, we had a look at a few things and how to attack today.
We head off around 1100 and walked up to the main street and jumped on to the first bus. It was 2.30 euro for the trip up to Fira and we sat ...
... for the ferry. I was thinking about Santorini and the question I posed on my way over - was it worth it?
The scenery was incredible - pictures don't begin to capture it. BUT, if I thought it was bad with tourists in October, I can' not even imagine what the peak summer months were like. You could also tell the locals were exhausted from a busy summer too. Not only were there so many people, everything was a bit "plasticky", meaning ...
... taken against the beautiful backdrop of the white town and the azure water. It looked incredible and they looked really happy; they picked an amazing place for it!
By this point I was getting a little frustrated and so decided to ring the bookstore to see if it had opened yet. The guy who answered sounded half asleep but confirmed that he'd just opened the store, so we finished our drinks and went back to the other end of town to ...