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Last night, the winds hit 75 miles per hour as Constellation crossed the Aegean Sea en route from Rhodes to Santorini, Greece. The Captain, who I saw high atop the Santorini in Fira town, the capital of Santorini, along with some of his senior officers, told me that his crew did a masterful job negotiating the rough seas between there and here. He was correct; I felt minimal rock and roll and slept ...
... but there are still many open so finding a place to eat and spend money is not a problem. The only thing that might be different is the churches. None were open except one. I would think that maybe during high season, more of the churches have unlocked doors so you can see the icons and frescoes and murals inside them. AND the grocery stores are winding down. Some of them are barely stocked at all but there is always plenty of water, wine, and ...
... to be great for skin. Craig got a bit carried away as usual and pulled down his pants to put the mud on his bum.
Santorini is famous for its donkeys, once we got back to the main island we rode donkeys up to the top of the cliff. Was so much fun.
In the afternoon we hired quad bikes and went to a 'black sand' beach which ...
... prawns too! Then we had a swim, the sand was black at this beach. We caught the bus back to our hotel and then walked back into town for dinner and a drink to watch another lovely sunset. Santorini was a very nice place but can be very busy with the tourists, especially when there are many cruise ships pulling in. It is also a really romantic island and you see many couples watching those beautiful sunsets. The next day we got the ferry to Paros ...
... WOW!!! What a sight…trying to get my Tai Chi happening took all the concentration I could muster.
While all this was happening the Cruise director, John , let us all know that we were very lucky to be at Santorini when our ship was the only one here which meant the island will not be very busy with too many tourists…and that the tenders from the island where ready to pick us up. I continued with my tai chi when 10 minutes later he came on again ...