Thalassa Sea Side Resort & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Got up and decided that today was the day we head down to Amoudi port for a look around. We took the bus from Fira to Oia and found our way to where the walk begins. The steps are about a meter wide and there are 360 of them to reach the bottom. Of course that means there are also 360 steps to reach the top.
It was a beautiful day and the views were lovely heading down the steps. Of course, the steps have been around for quite some time and are not smooth ...
... we had lunch then proceeded to go to oia. Oia was a sweet little town where everyone goes to watch the sunset. The buildings are so complementing. We walked around and got some photos and then rode the quads back home where we went out for a nice sunset dinner. The place we went to was lovely everyone was so happy with their meals and the view we had of the sunset was perfect it was such a nice ...
... beach chairs and a small restaurant) but we bypassed all of that to get a little bit of the beach to ourselves. Careful to not go too far down where it looked like there were a couple of sun worshipers with no bathing suits, we found a place to lay down our towels. The black beach was created by lava from the volcano, so were the tall cliffs, sheared so as to see the layers of sediment pre-volcano and post, finishing with a light, almost creme color ...
... in Greek! Ah, but come 9pm every night, they seem to put a good film on.....with Greek subtitles! First night, we didn't catch the beginning, so don't know what it was called but it featured John Travolta. Second night, a film called "WhiteOut" which was really good and last night, again we missed the start but a Bruce Willis one. I guess when you haven't seen a film for six months, you can be excused for going a little mad!
... this time we weren't going to blend in with the white sand). Along with lazy days lolling on deck chairs on the beach, we went on a six hour boat cruise to Oia to see the sunset (Dudley, this is where I have to agree with you: it just doesn't beat Clifton. Disgustingly spoilt Capetownians that we are.). We literally jumped ship to swim in the Mediterranean, so blue that we could see the ocean floor. We became zombie tourists emerging ...