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... top of the narrow cliff top town with beautiful shops of clothing, jewellery and artwork. Rosie and I had ice cream for dinner which was a delicious mixture of ricotta and fig with you-can-never-go-wrong-chocolate. We scrambled for a spot from which to watch the sunset amongst the many others who had also heard about the world famous sunset show. All in all it was a beautiful sunset but if I had the choice again I think the view ...
... on Santorini and the final day of this blog I made a trip over to one of their famous black sand beaches, black due to the fact that the group of islands including Santorini are the top of a volcano and the beautiful bay is the volcanoes caldera (hole in the middle) the sand was pretty cool, but so was the breeze and in the end I didn't stay all that long. Whe I got back to my hostel the weather was much improved so I spent some time by there pool before making my way to the ...
... doesn't swim in Australia either!
after that we cruised a bit further and had dinner. Greek salad, rice ( delicious), tatziki, pork and chicken. Lovely.
then out to Oia to watch the sunset. A bit disappointingly as it was cloudy but we saw one the night before so it was all good. They put the sails up for awhile but the engine was still running.
Met some lovely people, Sandy ...
... so sweet but feeling so full from breakfast didn't have any lunch, I found 2 lovely blue domed churches on my way back to the villa. The day was warming up nicely so I popped on my bathers and parked my self on a lounge by the pool to snooze a little and just chill. I decided to repack my luggage to see if I could fit everything in ..nope ..damn sales! After a discussion with Shirley we headed back into town where I picked up a cheap bag to use for hand luggage we then found a nice ...
... and weren't even the last ones!
Once all aboard we headed off to a winery for a Greek lunch and dancing. Lunch was great with some predictable Greek salads, but also some local foods such as a bean dish similar to humus that is grown & made locally and tomato fritters made from local tomatoes and of course local wine. The grape vines are grown at ground level here and the young vines are woven into a basket shape. This ...