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... breakfast and coffee and watched as we motored past boats and small islands. Eventually we stopped at four beautiful little islands before Santorini. Reaching Santorini we docked and looked up at the big island, grey and red and so obviously volcanic in origin. We got a bus to our hotel, which is on the black sand beach. The bus chugged up the steep winding hilly road and we got a look at the grey dusty flats, topped by white cliff tops made of clay and pumice, bird ...
... Greek lunch at a neighbourhood taverna (cannelloni and moussaka was my favourite). With full bellies we were dropped off at the Plaka, a shopping and restaurant district near the Acropolis. We found an eclectic shop that we loved and bought a cute illustrated book titled: The Misunderstood Monsters of Greek Mythology. We stopped for a Greek coffee (which was a bit too strong even for Alex!) before catching a taxi back to the ship - we got lucky with ...
Day 1 began at 8 am with the hotel breakfast. The breakfast buffet is spectacular with
croissants, Greek yogurt with honey and a blueberry jam, eggs, orange juice, hot coffee, meats, feta,
cookies- this list goes on. The orange
juice is so fresh as there are orange trees all over Glyfada, so many that they
fall everywhere and rot in the streets. The feta is not briny at all and is
much creamier here. The eggs ...
... kicked out at some point. It turns out that political corruption and ballot stuffing is no new phenomenon - when Themistocles was voted out, there were 190 votes found that were only written by around 13 people; in case someone didn't vote or didn't know how to read or write, one of the 13 could hand them a pre-written ostraca to cast their own vote. (I don't think that wound up being necessary).
The final interesting part about the Athenian government was the jury. They ...
... isolated coastal village with no road access, then it was on to Chora Sfakion to connect with a bus back to Hania - a great 14 hour day. During WWII, Crete was invaded by German paratroopers, and after a desperate battle, Germany gained control and the allies were evacuated. However, both sides suffered many casualties, and we visited the Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery at Souda Bay. This site overlooked the bay, was beautifully cared ...