Porto Carra Hotel
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Instructions about a rough night are certainly accurate. We are told to pack all loose objects away in our cases, cupboards or drawers. The motion sickness tablets are sitting on Joseph's counter looking more like a bowl of lollies than drugs. He reminds us to not hang on to opened door frames if we value our fingers.
Winds up to 30-40 knots ensure the pitching and rolling makes it certainly awkward to move around. Liz and I retreat to our cabin and are asleep just after ...
... had a great time and how much we loved it. He told us to be sure and come back to see him again next time. J
Enough time now for some lunch and then back to our hotel for a ride down to the ferry. We decided to find a place on the water. The weather was much warmer on Sunday – easily the 10 degree increase we had hoped for and much less wind. So why not eat outside with a great view. We found a place and took a seat in the sun with a beautiful ...
... to the hostel dripping wet - no such luck, barely even warm, so scratch that idea. I bundled myself up in a sweater and blankets and got warmed up. Thennnnnn my phone falls on the ground and the screen gets all smashed and now I'm like soooooo over the day that I went to bed at 8:30 or something ridiculous.
Good news though, I'm in Greece, and life isn't so bad when you're here, no matter what is happening.
Until next time,
... the alleyways and stopped at the many vantage points to take pictures, as well as stopping for some refreshments and a few souvenirs. Even as I write this only a few hours after the visit, it seems like it was all a dream. Everywhere we turned was a view so perfect it almost couldn’t be real… the cloudless sky, deep blue water and impossibly white villas. I worked the camera so hard the batteries gave out in record time. The bus then took us back to the capital ...
After finally arriving to the port in Santorini around 1:30am, we were on the hunt for a guy with the Villa Manos sign. Luckily, Tolis was easily spotted and after waiting for the rest of the pick up crew, we were on our way to the hostel, aka the 5-star resort. Once we arrived, Poppy was quick to check us in and we were up to our room to finally get some sleep.
Monday morning we decided to have breakfast at the hostel. Even though it was around 8-10 euros for ...