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... Now, I used to really like snails, I've had a few in my time, had some in Paris recently. I ordered some snails at lunch, and now I'm not sure I'll ever eat snails again. I won't go into detail here, but it was just as must people imagine eating snails to be.
Frozen Greek yogurt was the only thing that was going to wash that flavour out of my mouth, and it did a mighty fine job.
Lie down, then dinner of Gyros. In Greece they come with chips ...
... and an umbrella for the day- we nestled into our chairs and watched as people headed to the water walked gingerly across a very rocky beach. After our short visit yesterday to the black beach, we brought our water shoes, which were a lifesaver. Black beaches are beautiful, but we found the gravelly sand to be a little frustrating. We gave up walking the water line because it was so difficult to have our shoes continually sinking in the gravel and getting into ...
... to relax the whole budget thing for a few days as an early birthday present.....I mean, this is Santorini, so a little bit special, we felt - it has been on my "bucket list" for decades! I know this sounds bad, but it was raining for most of the first day we were there, so we slept, watched TV, ate pizza and chocolate and generally had a rest! It was Heaven! So was the Greek pizza...so good, we had it two nights running! By ...
... a bite to eat around 6pm. It's funny, when you've been in a country for a while and you start using some of the language, and when you move on sometimes you forget you've left. We were in Greece but Kate dropped a few italian thank you's after dinner. Great pronunciation I must say, just the wrong country! It was the highlight of my day.
Once we got back to the hostel we randomly bumped into our mate Blake from Auckland. Was very bizarre but great to ...
As we didn't have anything in particular planned we slept in until about 8:45, had a leisurely breakfast on the balcony with the gorgeous view thinking that this was the life and why couldn’t it be like this all the time.
We wanted to post some postcards so found the Post Office and then wandered further along Oia until we discovered the main bus station where we were just in time to catch the local bus for 1.60 Euros each to Fira, thinking ...