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... kept walking up and down alleys.
After booking our boat trip we where told we needed black
bathers. Damn I will need a new pair! On sale, bargain, and a couple of bras. Nice.
some other bits and pieces and back for a swim.
Pizza Delivery for dinner.
I said they would need one each. Obviously after their 2litres each of beer the boys were full and only managed half each.
Ready for bed but it's not dark ...
Decided this morning to try a different route to town. We took back roads instead of walking on the main road into Fira. It was very interesting and a lot less traffic. We walked past olives and wine both growing alongside the road. There were also some of the famous Santorini cherry tomatoes growing in one of the fields.
There was a lot of undeveloped land as we walked along but everything seemed dry, dry, ...
... boat. The Don, having qualified for the finals of the butterfly a few days ago is a non starter, wants to place all his efforts into the final so he stays boat based. It is a little like when you had to queue up at school to have an injection, once in the line up hard to not take it like a man, thus I am in behind other fool hardy souls who come in all shapes and sizes. Hard to hide yours bits here, most of the female variety have most of their bits hanging out anyway. M-L looks ...
... perfect backdrop they have chosen for their feature. Around 1 pm we caught the local bus with a lot more success this time back to Fira, from where we connected with another bus to Kamari beach. From Fira, Kamari was about 15 minutes by bus, being a volcanic black sand beach. The beach is quite pretty, with little straw thatched beach cabanas and chairs that are rented for 5 euro per person. The black sand is actually little pebbles which get quite hot in the midday sun. We went for ...
Spectacular Santorini, we greet you this morning. Our first tender port, the captain drops anchor in the sunken caldera, which was formed when the center of this volcanic island essentially collapsed into itself. Due to a union rule, we must board small Greek boats instead of the usual HAL tenders. We are dropped off at a small port and then must choose a way to get up the 1000 foot cliff to the village of Fira, ...