Perissa Bay Hotel
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... an area in northern Egypt called the Reed Sea, which would have been drained and then flooded by the tsunami caused by the collapse of the island of Thera into the volcano.
The coolest part about Santorini/Thera is its mythology. Most of you have heard of the mythical land of Atlantis. The city in the sea that existed and then disappeared in an instant, leaving little evidence beyond a legend. The legend started with Plato, who was probably ...
... the port you must climb 270 very wide, long stairs. There's a big mule enterprise going on for those who don't want to climb, but as fun as the mule thing is, we're not that unfit! So up we went, dodging all the mule poo (and the mules as they went charging past!) on the way.
Several small rest stops and 270 stairs later, we made it to the top. Looking our best, all red-faced and sweaty, we struck up a random conversation with three other people there and ended ...
After exploring the volcano island and its many craters (there was actually steam coming out of one of them), we took a quick swim in the Aegean Sea and then visited the island of Thirassia. There, we ate a lunch of pork and chicken slouvaki and, of course, Danielle had a Greek salad (again). After a little shopping, it was back to the boat and our "home" island of Oia, where we relaxed and enjoyed the view from our balcony once ...