The Corali Hotel
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... the bus stop. Shortly afterwards a couple from Sydney joined us that we're waiting for the same tour. Now u was confident we were in the right place, thanks for the detour mum ;p our tour guides name is Katerina and our driver is Stallios. Apparently he is the best on the island haha. We started our tour by going to the highest point on the island. Pyrgos Kallistis is just over 550m high and is home to the oldest monastery on the island, Prophet Elias Thira. This had ...
We arrived at Santorini after a 3 hour ferry.
We are back at Santorini, yay! Santorini was so fun last time we were here.
We hired a car and drove to Fira and ate dinner at Fira while looking at the amazing view of the extinct volcano.
Of course I had pasta everyone knows that.
When we arrived at this new stay it was really annoying.
We went into a 1st apartment ...
... beach resort where we swam, snorkelled and spotted shoals of fish. Catherine then decided to join the lads jumping off the cliffs in to the sea! In fact what she enjoyed most was being braver than most of them! Having missed the last boat back to Perissa we walked through Kamari to find some dinner enjoying all the waiters trying to entice us into ...
... by the tour guides, Santorini was a bit of a let down although the views from the top were worth the effort.
We get back on the tender vessel with a bit of a swell running and head out to the ship. This is where the drama starts as the tender has trouble coming along side and then cannot maintain position with the sea dropping and rising about one ...
... br> The entrance to Santorini port is spectacular with the towns spilling off the cliff tops, rugged rocks and beauty, and incredibly steep winding roads carved into the hill sides.
David's mother remembers sitting on a donkey to get up the hillside, and apparently they still do this from the old port, but the apartment owner, a lovely man called Yannis, says they are actually mules ...