Poseidon Hotel Kamari
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Ya sas, kalimera (hello, good morning), Dinner Monday night was OK but not great, at Simos restaurant about 50 mtr away. We shared calamari and a Greek salad & believe it or not but Jus ate feta and liked it! Cathy and Mark at the table next to us are from Caringbah and staying at the hotel just next door to ours. They're both teachers, Mark is a scientist at Trinity Grammar, Summer Hill and Cathy teaches pre-schoolers 3-5 years. Nice couple, only a few years older than us, ...
... perhaps the most famous of the Greek islands and certainly one of the most well trodden. Earlier that morning Nathan and I had grabbed a late breakfast before hopping on the massive Blue Star Delos, a ship that dwarfed the other ferry’s we have taken so far this trip. The ship was so big that it had nine floors, a giant duty free shopping boutique, several cafes, a fast food restaurant and its own helipad!
Three hours of smooth sailing later we approached Santorini. ...
... looking forward to dinner at a local fish restaurant serving many traditional Greek dishes, it is located almost next door to us so not far to go.
Next day Mon 2/6/14 dinner at the local restaurant was amazing in the very traditional Greek way.
After our starter with fresh octopus Roger had the stuffed tomato & capsicum I had the hearty Lamb from the oven.
None of the food disappointed us, my lamb dish was the end of the leg ...
... tasting. Their grapes are unique as they don't water the vines due to lack of water here and this gives the grapes a unique quality. Finally we explored one of 400 churches in santorini, all but 20 are privately owned and were created by wealthy land owners. We ended the day with a good dinner of veal and salmon at the hotel dining ...
... I took in the breathtaking sight of villages perched on top of the sheer cliffs and discussed how it would have been in the strong wind with bad anchoring; we were pleased that we had decided to take the ferry instead.
We were met by the hotel pickup at the small landing where the ferry had berthed; he led us to his small bus while we waited for more passengers. Soon we were winding our way up the 980ft rise on a road that was barely wide enough for ...