San Antonio Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Emma had packed there togs. From our research we had decided we would visit the village of Oia first and then Thira, which is the main village on Santorini. We booked a trip from the port that would take us by boat to Oia and then by bus back to Thira. Oia is the village that is the most photographed on Santorini and when people think of Santorini, it is Oia that they picture in their mind. There were only 2 cruise ships in port that morning ( there can be ...
... and it was only the first 15 minutes - I wanted to turn around, I wanted to make it stop, I wanted the trip to be over. I DIDN'T WANT TO DIE THIS WAY!
I looked up at the staff to see if they looked as terrified as I felt. They were scrambling around, catering to people that were having panic attacks, passing out and puking. They would take these people some place when they got too bad. I didn't want to go to that ...
... 1956. Thea told us the Island is 48 kms long and 10 kms wide at its widest point. The Island supports 15000 people who live in 14 villages and 95% of the people are involved in tourism which is around 1.5 million visitors per year. The Island imports everything even water & olive oil, all houses have underground water tanks but these have to be filled by tanker when required as they have only around 350mm of rain fall a ...
... the door to insure I wouldn't be murdered. That is all you need to know. If you ever want to hear the full version you can buy me a beer when I get back. Sufficed to say it was a rough night and ghosts are totally real.
With that blemish now adequately photoshopped, I can tell you that with a perfect sunny morning and even a few hours of fitful sleep, the world was a much better place the next day and it was all dramatically uphill ...
... the cold weather we were going to experience once we fly back. The rest of the afternoon was spent on one of Paros's beaches and watching the sunset from the point by our hotel. Then we got to enjoy a BBQ dinner. Not quite like our traditional BBQ at home but it was still a thumbs up from us. All of us sat around on the deck for a few hours after dinner sharing all sorts of travel stories, it was very entertaining. This morning ...