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... concrete wears away it’d make for a bit of a spiky experience. The bigger challenge is looking where you’re going while marvelling at all the shops and the (again) amazing views that appear each time you turn a corner… so far I’ve managed not to fall over :)
On the more mundane side of things I also put some washing in to be done - but it wasn’t so mundane when we saw Peter, the laundrette’s pet ...
When we went to Patagonia two years ago, I had told Jenny that when we got to Santiago with the intentions to rest up from our hiking expeditions, she and I would get a massage at the spa at the Ritz Carlton. Because we left Chile ahead of plan, I promised Jenny I would make it up. Well, I kept my promise and this morning her surprise was a massage here in Santorini. After breakfast, she and I headed out. She had no idea where we we were headed. We walked to the ...
... it was far better to hire a car, especially when our cruise only allowed a day in port. So we did! For 35 Euro we got a gut less little thing, with a dodgy gearbox and and even worse clutch! As so our adventure began. If you have ever driven in Europe, then you will already have an idea of what we were confronted with, but if you haven't, then let me paint a picture for you. Road rules are optional - that includes which side of the road you drive on! When ...
... afternoon we did the coastal walk from Firostefani to Oia, the upmarket part of the island renowned for its sunsets. The walk took around 3-4 hours with plenty of photo ops along the way with stunning views everywhere we looked. It was pretty windy in parts, but we managed not to get blown away. We knew we weren’t going to make it right into Oia for the sunset, so we found a quiet spot just on the outskirts of the village, and perched ourselves up on a white wall for ...
... of Santorini actually just the outer edge of a giant underwater crater, making it quite unique and giving it some of the most stunning cliff-side views in Greece. This crater was formed by a massive volcanic eruption; the same eruption that historians believed may have destroyed the Minoan civilization (the Minoans are most famous for King Minos and the Minotaur). Nestled in the middle of the half-moon shape formed by the island is a large chunk of volcanic rock that craftsmen ...