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... are one of the three last rooms taken in the whole of the beach (all the other hotels and restaurants are now Shut) We bought tea at the bakery and shared our spinach and ricotta rolls with our dogs on the beach. I wish our NZ ones were as friendly to each other and mooched as little. A lovely last full day in beautiful ...
... I - Craig - was impressed coming home as Ang raced up a longish set of steps. Going to dinner she bought a pair of dressy sandals that are more comfortable and sure footed than what she had been wearing. Ang also thought it should be recorded that in both Germany and here that they have doors and windows that open in both the usual way but also come away at the top whilst held by a stay while remaining fixed at the bottom. This allows ventilation but not entry by ...
... that served it grilled and not fried. There was a wait at the restaurant so we say outside, all bundled up again because the sun was down and it was windy and freezing again. The octopus was really good! (and yes I've included a photo) as was the rest of our meal. We have normally been finishing dinner around 10/10:30PM, and when we left there was still a lineup to get in the restaurant. Greeks like to dine late. One fact about Greece I haven't ...
... bikes we did a massive day tour of Santorini which was excellent. The day started visiting some archeological museum which was really boring but luckily the day improved. We boarded an awesome traditional gulet looking boat and went to some of the smaller islands off Santorini. We hiked a volcano which was so fun! especially because courto and I enjoyed the familiar burn of our muscles we had missed from our gym sessions. There was a great breeze on top of the volcano so it ...
... it thru the 45 minute delay. Eaten! The ferry itself is a floating fortress with 5 levels so cafes, shops, lounges, gambling etc, nearly like a proper cruise liner! Below the decks trucks and locals cars are all packed in to be brought to Santorini. The cruise is only 2hrs long which passes quickly with a couple beers and a game of monopoly on the Ipad. The girls don't seem to be ...