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... grapevines are
kept very low to the ground and woven into a basket shape to protect
the fruit from the winds and burning sun. Sea mist is about all the
moisture they get to survive. The super sweet cherry tomatoes are a
Santorini specialty but are out of season now. There are loads of
quite expensive shops in Fira, nice to look at, especially the glass
work. I watched a group of eight ...
... instead of catching the bus right up the hill from where we were staying .
The small town of Katerados is set on hill sloping down to the ocean. One of the first days we were there we walked down toward the beach but did not make it very far. The streets on this island for the most part are very narrow and filled with autos, buses, three wheelers, mopeds and others all traveling at a high rate of ...
... magic may have disappeared. It was lovely but I think I expected a lot more. We caught the "normal" ferry back and it was 8 hours and about a hundred times more comfortable. With couches and decent chairs to sit in and wifi for 5 euro. Sweet deal and deff helped pass the time. Not only that but this ferry only cost us 30 euro. I adored Santorini though the heat was at times unbearable. This island is beautiful and relaxing. And maybe one day I'll return. With my family I ...
... on it’s side and designed like a couch was reserved for us to enjoy the scenery, the black sand by the water, and of course each others company. The menu was divine and the complimentary wine was really setting the mood.
Other beaches I visited during my time in Santorini was Kamari beach, a local beach where the airport was quite close, and the endless aircraft coming into land, so near, you could almost touch them. As you can imagine, I was in my ...
... small circles rather than upright. We were told that since it doesn't rain very much in Santorini, if the vines are planted in small circles close to the ground they will be able to absorb the needed water from the ground.
We were also pleasantly surprised to learn that the donkeys on the island aren't just a tourist attraction; they are widely used to transport goods ...