Tamarix del Mar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... calm he was too, just sitting there expecting to be patted like cat. So of course we obliged.
Speaking of mundane what else can I tell you about Santorini. It has no rivers, so all drinking water is either gathered from the (infrequent) rain or shipped in. For tap water there is a desalination plant, but as soon as we arrived we were advised not to drink the tap water as it’s too salty. Maybe there’s such a thing as ...
... of Oia, following the main walkway then branching off headed further and further down the cliffs. The massage studio was way cool. It had various sun decks on multiple levels, and the massage room we were in was a cave room, lit only by candles creating a most tranquil feeling. I received one of the best massages I have ever had and Jenny, for her first massage, said it was fantastic. An hour later we both felt a bit dazed... a good thing and Jenny said she had ...
... arises, you simply switch sides. Easy! No one has right of way - everyone just pushes their way into tiny spaces which somehow turn into larger spaces, and eventually everyone gets to where they are going. I forgot to mention though that the roads are a little over the width of one car wide, and the drop off is 300metres. Yes the view was spectacular, but I was too damn scared to look at it! But we made our way through the traffic of Fira, and headed to ...
... almost private sunset view all to ourselves.
The Santorini Sunsets really are something to write home about. We have seen some pretty special sunsets in some amazing settings, but Santorini’s have to be up there with the best. Although our first night it was non-existent because of all the cloud and fog, after that, we enjoyed a different vista each night. Looking out to sea from the lighthouse, several from our hotel balcony looking across the caldera, ...
... to make jewellery and souvenirs.
Having taken the advice of the ships on-board announcement and "prepared for disembarkation", Nathan and I were amongst the first passengers off the ferry and onto the bus that would take us to Santorini’s main town: Fira. The journey itself was equal parts terrifying and gorgeous. The ferry port is located at the bottom of a massive cliff, and in order to get to the main road the bus had to wind its way up a crisscrossing path filled ...