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... Egypt will not have great food. In fact no airline does! We then boarded a bus for the other end of the island to see what it was all about. We passed though the no touristy parts and it was very different. We ended at a stone beach where one did not have to climb many steps down to get to it and as it was not much of a challenge decide to opt for the sit in th bar deck chairs with a drink option until the next bus came. It ...
... with Krysti whom we'd met in Ios.
It was a good way to end Greece as Oia has the best views with lots of the typical blue domed churches over the ocean (and I was pretty obsessed with getting a picture with some for Nana to replicate a painting my Pa had - I'm pretty sure I gave stephs right index finger RSI that day).
The best of our cultural eating:
Pork and lamb chops (with lemon- spot on recommendation Toddaz)
... so beautiful from a distance but once we got closer to the water it was no way near as clear as the other beaches as the saw dust had made its way into the water. It was still a nice way to cool off in the heat. We enjoyed a few days of relaxing, packed up our bags and moved to Thira, the main town of Santorini. It perches on top of the caldera, which gives some pretty nice views of the volcano in the distance, the whole town and some surrounding towns due to being up so high. ...
... is the capital of Santorini Island but we decided to stay at the quieter end although hordes of tourists come here for the sunsets,thankfully not our end!
Our little apartment is set in a cave - very spacious kitchen, dining, lounge, bedroom with a large canopy and huge bathroom, not to mention the white washed walls.
The architecture of ...
... path along the cliffs (following stories from locals of unfortunate honeymoon accidents, Mel made Mick promise not to fall off, and then ensured it with a death grip the entire way). We met up with the alcoholic bar owner Mick and the boys had met last time they were in town and they had fun catching up, rediscovering Ursas - a Sloeberry Vodka.
Finally the sun came out and we were able to do a sunset cruise including a couple of stops to swim in ...