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... have had to protect themselves due to the next doors not willing to offer a cup of sugar. Generally high up on a hill, this means plenty of steps, we were told just 60 so naturally I counted them, yes you are on to these people, try 100 steps. I did ask where the number 60 came from, assured that 100 will be the quoted number from now on, sure it will be. These places also have narrow streets which they were able to defend easier plus the breezes are ...
... the night.
Today we enjoyed the beach at Kamari beach, a resort town, neat and tidy however, it is very close to the airport and planes coming in day and night. Once again an easy bus ride from Fira every 20 minutes and only 1.80 Euros. The trip back to Fira was a bit overloaded we had to stand everyone coming to town for the sunset. As the sun sets over the horizon we farewell Santorini and our memorable time in Greece tomorrow we fly to Prague.
... I’m not even
sure if all of the blue steeples are actually attached to a real church. But I really didn’t care, since it was so
frickin’ beautiful!! I enjoyed my second
sunset during the walk, and ended at a great local restaurant without a view
(therefore half the price), Mama’s House.
I watched fireworks from my balcony to end the evening, visiting with my
Kiwi neighbors in the next room.
... pretty much how I felt. Not even the enticement of a naked swim with two beautiful girls was going to get me out of bed. Every day you see stunning views, meet some of the coolest people, just have wild stories and epic nights ending at sunrise. Eventually it just numbs you and after 5 weeks of this it's gotten to the point I'd rather staff call time, watch TV, and play with my dog than have another 18 hour intense nature/history/alcohol/debauchery ...
... and I were standing on the top of the cliff, you could see all the people in restaurants and on hotel balconies sitting and watching the sunset.
Marta and I had dinner at a restaurant in Fira (the main town) which overlooked the caldera. There were two cruise ships in the old harbour and they sailed off into the night while we were eating.
Tomorrow is the last full day of my trip. The three of us are going to watch the sunset in Oia and have one last dinner ...