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We got up early and went to hire an ATV. We got a 300cc so it was pretty powerful! I had a couple of turns riding it but mostly preferred Ryan to ride it as he was a lot more confident and could go really fast. We visited the black beaches which were lovely but all looked pretty similar. The best ones were Kamari and Perissa. Red beach - visited an amazing beach which had the black sand that most of ...
... the bus to Fira, the capital town. We didn't have much time here as we had to catch another bus to the beach. The beach we went to was Perissa beach which has black volcanic sand. The water was very clear and you could see and touch some fascinating fish. After we had swam it was time for the bus to take us back to the port to catch a ferry back to Crete. When finally got back to the villa at 11.30. What a long day! But it was worth ...
... packages to tourists for profits') We paid highly for it, but enjoyed our morning iced drinks on a balcony with a view of Santorini, stretching out around, infront and below us. It was a beautiful place for iced coffee. We walked around and shopped for the rest of the morning, buying a Santorini towel to add to our collection (Nice, Split, and Santorini towels are squished in our packs now) We got down to the ferry and out on the outdoor deck in time to say ...
... around the hill tops in (possibly) a little more order than Mykonos but somehow the design (or lack of) doesn't feel as interesting but time may tell a different story! We went to Oia (pronounced Eea) see a legendary sunset but alas there wasn't much of one due to the fog/mist/haze. We sat and had a drink overlooking the caldera before finding another spot ...
We got up early enough to see the sun rise, which is not that ********sidering that it rises at about 7 am. We were basically packed so we showered and had breakfast - some more yummy yogurt with walnuts and honey. Sue is going to be making that when she gets home. We checked out from this lovely family feel b&b, it really was a lovely welcoming place helped by Marina's helpful approach. Nothing was too much trouble for her. We decided to bus it .... so up the hill ...