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... under volcanic ash, the archaeologists get very excited about the finds because they've been protected by ash and in relatively good condition. After Akrotiri the next event was on board a beautiful wooden sail boat to the crater island. We got to hike all over Nea Kamenh and listen to a geology lecture about the creation of Santorini and this crater Islands. Then we sailed off to a bay on Nea Kamenh where warm sulphur water is welling up, we swam in that. Then sail off to ...
... traveling offseason... considering it his version of a walkabout. About a year ago he decided to see the world so he left Darwin for southeast asia and when we crossed paths he was in Greece. To pay for it all he "took out a credit card a year back"... but assured me he can work a couple months at a resort and pay it all back. He might be the most laidback person I've ever met... I think he only has 3 pairs of shirts and probably fewer everything else and when he said ...
We finally arrived at Santorini port around 15.45 and were met by a gentleman that took us to the hotel which is in the town of Fira. The ferry was much the same as the last one but in this case we had like a Mc Donald's on board besides the bars and cafes. We managed to get some nice covered seats on the deck with a roof covering so had lots of shade and were able to lie down and try and get some rest. We had 3 stops at Paros, Naxos and Ios. This broke the ...
... the highlights of the island. I was getting pretty sick of
being on tour buses at that point. We were brought to a peak at the top of the
island with a few nautical windmills built out of ship parts. On another peak
across the way was St John’s Monastery, where my three friends had gone. I was
on a tour with a few other friends, though—Athena and Alex, sister and brother,
and my ship roommate John and his girlfriend Meg. I ...
... As they zig-zagged up the crowded path, I started snapping pictures. When they got within shouting distance, I got their attention, but Karen was the only one brave enough to let go of the reins for split second to wave and fake a smile. Bhavan's donkey was busy charging through a crowd of donkeys biting every donkey butt along the way. I kept snapping pictures of their delightful ride as they rounded the final turn and headed towards me. That's when they hit ...