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... hit, it still shook your head and made you feel the effects of the shot more for about 10 seconds. We have videos of this! By Monday, after our three night bender, it was actually my birthday and I was turning 19. We were so tired and run down from our partying and lack of sleep, that we did absolutely nothing haha! I experienced my first day of feeling utterly homesick, all I wanted to do was be at the farm with a warm fire, eating dinner with my favourite people. Having ...
... pick arrived to take us to the port. Another adventure in the making. Driver parked and unloaded everyone's luggage (about ten of us) and was about to head off when thankfully someone asked him what do we do now. The response was "go to gate 4". Trying to locate gate 4 -went to ask the security guard,just as one of the passengers called out and pointed to a 4 in the distance.So off we went and found a seating area almost full, but no indication of ...
... worse than my low expectations. It really is tourist-trashed out, with car rentals, scooter rentals and every imaginable shop and walk-in restaurant that caters to tourists lining the streets. The narrow streets are jammed with people off several large cruise ships anchored in the old port inside the caldera (6 ships when I flew in). When I was here 35 years ago (in the off season) the place was almost quaint with no cruise ship stopping. Arriving ...
... made our way over to the excursion office, boarded the bus to the port and set sail on King Thiras. Santorini is a moon shaped island. At one point in it's history it was a completely round island with a mountain in the middle. In one of the largest recorded volcanic eruptions in history parts of the mountain were blown as far away as Iceland and other parts fell into the sea. Since that time (700 years ago) two new islands have formed in the middle ...
... then both had grilled swordfish and of course some wonderful Santorini red wine - amazing!
Locals say of their island "On Santorini there are more Donkeys than inhabitants, more churches than houses, more wine than water". We sampled the wine, avoided the donkeys (and their ****!) and admired the churches. Love Santorini!
Footnote: The island of Santorini features in the book Unforgettable Places to See before you die.