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... were just delicious. Sitting there on a bench by the sea having calzone with those two was just perfect. Chilly but perfect.
By that time, we realize we aren’t going to make it to Perissa – our original destination. We needed to head back to Fira so that we could keep going onto Oia for the sunset. Alex did some more hot dogging on the beach and we were off.
It is interesting or frustrating or different or something, but ...
... streets jammed with cafes and tavernas and shops selling everything from dancing donkey puppets to very classy glassware and gold jewellery. A couple of very minor purchases and we head for one of the many cafes with wonderful views down to the sea AND free wifi again. The coffee consumed and the emails and paper downloaded we continue our perambulation then head down on the cable car to go back to the ship for a lazy ...
... kept walking up and down alleys.
After booking our boat trip we where told we needed black
bathers. Damn I will need a new pair! On sale, bargain, and a couple of bras. Nice.
some other bits and pieces and back for a swim.
Pizza Delivery for dinner.
I said they would need one each. Obviously after their 2litres each of beer the boys were full and only managed half each.
Ready for bed but it's not dark ...
... share his spot, so up we went, feet dangling over the edge looking down over the gorgeous cliff side town. Unfortunately due to haze created from the heat of the day we missed out on seeing what is normally even more breathtaking then the pictures I uploaded. We were still very happy with it and stoked with our seats! We jumped back on the bus to go back towards the main square of town near our hotel for dinner...Don and I attended but did not eat! We were ...
... it out. At that point I looked out a window whcih looked on to the entrance and there was one dog at the door and another one stretched out on top of a seventeenth century bc burial plinth on display in the garden. I put on my sunglasses and pretented to be someone else.
Next was the Museum of Prehistoric Thera. the remarkable thing about all these sites and collections on Santorini is that the place has been wiped out on ...