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... island or the mainland. As a result, very place we’ve eaten has had the most amazing tomatoes, freshest cucumbers, and the olives are of course incredible.
Then it was time for the Intrepid Travellers to wander around the laneways of Thira (or Fira). Very crowded, but at the same time that made it feel very much alive. One thing about this city is you need sturdy footwear - the walkways are all pebbles set in concrete, but ...
... a peaceful little apartment, with a terrace outside the one door and a sun deck with a view to the ocean on top. We are sitting in the midst of a beautiful garden with grape vines growing above our heads, fig trees to my left, olive trees to my right intermixed with enormous lavender plants, hibiscus, Bougainville, geraniums, roses, etc.-the complete antithesis to Santorini. We headed to the pool to cool off and relax. The pool area was like a resort and we ...
... I really did feel as though I had opened my Greek Island Lonely Planet book, laid it on the foot path, and jumped straight into her pages, as Mary Poppins did with Bert in that timeless scene of the movie on the sidewalks of London. The island of Santorini (Thira) rises from the ocean revealing 300m multicoloured cliffs that curl around, resembling a crescent shaped layer cake. Once a circular island, earth shattering volcanic eruptions transformed the ...
... red sand beach (they have very multi coloured beaches here!), and the Minoan excavations at Akrotiri. These were a little disappointing. I’d read someone compare them as Greece’s equivalent to Pompeii, but they were nothing like Pompeii. To end the day we drove right to the southeast tip of the island to the lighthouse in Faros for a magnificent sunset.
We also did the trip out to the volcano. There are 3 options to get down to the port – cable ...
“If I could lick the sunset, I’ll bet it would taste like Neapolitan ice cream”- Jarod Kintz
Imagine that you find yourself in a bakery. It's a small, family owned affair, made up of mostly local clients. Every morning you walk there to pick up your loaf of bread for breakfast, but today you notice something special – they have cinnamon buns! Moist, swirling and covered with cinnamon and frosting you find them impossible to resist and buy a half-dozen. ...