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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... last ride before returning it. Buying cool drinks we tried to sunbathe but the wind was cold and created big white caps in the waves, so instead we opened up our room and enjoyed the beach views, the sound of the crashing waves and sunshine from our sheltered apartment. We still can't believe what a good deal it is, but ...
... we had earlier been told that our ferry crossing is about 2pm. It's 11pm, just got home from a lightish dinner - single course - a nice restaurant open air overlooking the caldera and with views in both directions along Thira. Night photos using an iPhone just don't do it justice. We saw fireworks in the distance at Oia (the Oi is pronounce as a hard E and the a is soft) which is in aid of a fireworks based annual celebration that celebrates the last eruption of ...
... died down and the full strength of the sun came out. By the time we got back to our hotel the tops of my feet and my scalp were so burnt! But the sun was out so we were happy. We went down to the pool and grabbed some loungers and laid in the sun the rest of the afternoon. After watching another gorgeous sunset we headed to a restaurant in Imerovigli for dinner. Nick has been talking about eating octopus since we got to Greece and he had scoped out ...
... went flat and wouldn't start so he jumped on the back of Paddy's bike and we had to ride back so he could get a replacement bike. We then rode around to random places, taking in the nice coastal views of the island and stopped for a swim at Red Beach which was lovely. That night, we went over to their hostel which was next to ours and drank some beer and played cards. That night, on the rocky sands of Perissa beach, I saw my first shooting star! Ah how cool! The day before we ...
After a good breakfast we load up all our luggage on the quad bike again to take the bike down to port to drop it off. We have a couple hours to kill so we roam the streets for a while like gypsy backpackers. Dan goes on a little spending spree buying various trinkets. We head to the ferry with some souvlaki's in hand for the journey. These ferries are typically late, and the souvlaki's ...