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... very rough well worn cobbles and donkey poo!!! Lorraine had leg “jelly wobbles” 3/4 of the way down and I along with another kind male passenger had to help her to the bottom.The ship sailed on time around 5pm for Katakolon.
The show tonight early at 7pm was a very talented juggler comedian called Goronwy Thom, a great show. Then all 8 were at dinner, talking about our day's adventures plus again good conversation.
Tuesdays 13 May - Santorini Island
As well as the gorgeous towns dotted along the cliff tops I was fascinated by the caldera, shaped by the largest volcanic explosion ever known, Santorini is a geological wonderland. Estimated to have been fours times larger than the 1883 Krakotoa eruption, the 1600BC explosion left layers of ash and pumice up to 70 meters thick and you can see the layers upon layers of the volcanic activity from that one big ...
... where you got shots for free if you did a body shot off someone else Each one of these bars gives out singlets if you order 7- 10 shots, so lots of tourists see how many they can get by the end of there time there. Lets just say, as fun as iOS was, we were pretty glad we only had 2 nights there haha one people had 6-8 nights there!! It was time to return back to Athens before flying to Prague the following day to meet mum and dad :) Sorry guys photos are a bit low quality as need a new ...
... who thought it was great us having the kids with us.
On our boat were a group of ladies my age from Capetown so I soon got to know them as they heard my accent and couldn't resist asking where we were from. We were the only kiwis and them the only Afrikaans so all the staff knew who we were.
Once back at the boat we hit the pool and what the kids found funny was that the posada warm, they thought the staff had turned the heating but it was just the ...
... up by its orange glow. That was in deed a visual treat. We were served a local dessert wine that evening. That was our first taste of a Greek wine and it was indeed truly amazing. It set high expectations in out minds about all the wines that we were about to have in Greece.
After dinner and a good night's sleep, we began the next day with a part Greek and part English breakfast. The highlight was Greek yogurt with honey. When we first saw it we thought 'oh what ...