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... on the south east side of Santorini's main island Thera. It's a relatively small prehistoric settlement under excavation since 1967 and has been covered with a modern structure to protect it from erosion. A lot of the art has been moved to a museum in the town of Fira (capital of Santorini located in the centre if the island). We found the art from Akrotiri particularly attractive, copies if it sold all over the island. The settlement of Akrotiri was destroyed by a volcano ...
... stretch of black sand. I sat on what must of been an old jetty devouring my meal, watching everyone swim and fighting the wind which kept trying to steal my plastic bag. Lunch was amazing and although I had planned to save half of the jar of olives for the following day I managed to eat them all! I did feel a little sick afterwards but still managed to eat a chocolate icecream. After a stroll along the waters edge of the black beach and a mad dash across ...
... throwing it in trashcans for awhile.
He's a lot like me except instead of politics it's traveling. He's always looked at exotic locations and wondered how he would ever get there. When he was 15/16 he started hanging out in a local hostel talking to backpackers about their journeys... finally when he was 19 someone said "why don't you join me?" and he told his mom he was on the road. He did Australia for a couple years working in upscale resorts during ...
... of the volcano and Oia. Back into town we got screwed over by some one way streets, but finally found a parking spot and explored the main town of Thira. We watched the sunset from there, then found a nice restaurant for dinner. We must have timed it nicely as it was quite quiet when we arrived, but was soon completely full. A tzatziki dip for starters tonight, then a beef dish for me (I think it was called Stifado) and oven roasted lamb for Kyle. Finished off with a ...
... with whitewashed towns. On the point is Ia and we sailed past it and alongside the almost sheer and sometimes red walls. The walls are so steep because they are the edge of that famous volcano that, perhaps, exterminated the Cretan based Minoans and accounts of Atlantis. It requires little imagination to extend the kidney bean shape of the island and complete the circle. In the middle of that circle is now a young island, ...