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afterwards. I walked up the track and returned the same way, to see
what it was like. It took me about 30 minutes each way and you have
to watch out for the donkey do-do, of which there is plenty! Smelly
creatures but very placid when standing around. When they have
someone on their back, they will sometimes try to rub them off on the
nearest wall. Because of the lack of rain ...
... you read the signs on the bus to find which bus to get on. Once you are on the bus, a person comes through and collects your fare based on where you are heading.
We were not interested in going to the beach areas and toyed with the idea of going to some of the historic ruins on the island but somehow never quite got there. We did do some interesting hikes while we were there and walked to town ...
... that they are all tied up against the wall. Fira was beautiful, everything you expect in a greek island, the blue roofs, the white marble, the marble roads, the houses all along the cliffs. Truly spectacular island. Then we ventured off to Oia to see the sunset. Apparently its the most beautiful sunset. And it was I guess, but the fact that you had to squeeze through thousands of people and wind up and down and around the tiny paths to get to a certain spot to see it some ...
... a yummy mummy also from Melbourne, who has a soft spot for Santorini, and is also friends with BJ.
Collectively, we all sporadically hung out together, beaching or pooling by day, followed by big wild drunken activities by nights.
On my 2nd night, as I was a passenger on the back of a ATV quad bike, and BJ driving around like a true raging local, we made our way to Aegiolos, a gorgeous beach side restaurant where a small paddle boat that ...
... when we went around some of the crazy bends and turns!
We also took our ATV to check out a few of the vineyards. Like Crete, the grape varieties produced on Santorini are a Protected Designation of Origin so the grapes used to create the wines in Santorini can't be found anywhere else in the world! The wines were absolutely amazing! The vines are ...