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... Of course as the confident sight-seers that we were we took the first entrance that we could find and were immediately very underwhelmed by what we saw. Sure there were a few ruins here and there but we didn’t see anything resembling massive market place buildings and city offices that we should have. Then it dawned on us that we may have taken a wrong turn (ok, I may have lead us through the wrong gate) and then once we found the correct entrance we were ...
... from the stark white buildings to the deep blue water glistening below. The town itself was filled with artist's shops and reminded us of areas in America such as Laguna, CA or Sedona, AZ. We walked the narrow alleyways strategically skipping from one shaded store to another to escape the blistering sun. We ate gyros from a local vendor and then took the bus back to Fira. We scrapped plans to go to Kamari, the black sand beach. Laying out on ...
... steps up to St. George’s Church and the beginning of the marble sidewalk that I had read about in the guide books. The sidewalk eventually changes to more of a slate and not as smooth surface and then to cobblestones.
The marble sidewalk (except where there’s dog poop) makes the town look so classy with tons of unique shops…nothing like the cookie cutter souvenir shops you find in the other islands we visited.
... was still windy and colder though so we stopped at our room and put on our long pants and then went out to find the sunset. We found it and while it wasn't the best sunset ever, it was lovely and so we can check that off our must do and see in Santorini!
We go to dinner at Anoli which is a restaurant close to us that Yannis has recommended. As we walk into the room, all the tables are either full or have ...
... once you have been here... you don’t really need to see the rest of the islands.
We caught a ferry from Santorini to the island of Ios. I liked to call it the Bali of Europe. Party zone, plenty of sun and a **** tonne of Australians everywhere. The 2 nights we spent here we just partied and sat by the pool.. There is only one place to stay ...