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Easy flight with Easyjet, arriving a bit early at 13.05. The owner of our B & B picked us up at the airport as taxis are impossible to find. The traffic was a nightmare for such a small island. Only 5 rooms in the B & B and not quite as billed on booking.com but very pleasant and with a lovely terrace overlooking the windmills and sea just across from our room. Beautiful sunset and a great meal at a fish taverna to start the holiday. Weather is hot and sunny for ...
... island an it's off to santorini for 2 nights. A cool nice chilled island, rent quad bikes an tour around. First sunset at a wine bar, one of the best I've seen an I've seen a few! See red beach, go to the local brewery naturally an drink some donkey beer, check out fira an some nice nice meals! Good relaxing times. Then a 7 hour ferry home, an sadly time to say goodbye to the two Hannah's, baretis an Dougy. Back to the crew of 6, an jake hasn't been broken into! ...
... opened eyes again at 7.42 so up, dressed prepared suitcase and down to breakfast, yummy but sat there longer this time, no rush not being picked up till 1.30. Back to room brush teeth and then I went to pool for a bit more sunning with R&O, while morris checked room closed cases etc, Sat in sun till 1.25 and then driver came to take us to our ferry - across the road we ...
... would proceed to name his favorite authors: Hemingway, Steinbeck etc...If he thought of other writers, he would tell us on his way out. I suppose it would not be so bad to entertain a seemingly lonely guy but but he was so loud and often shirtless. That is not what you wanted to deal with in the morning. =)
We would bump into others we did like. It was nice to feel like we were locals. The waitress would ask us each time if we will have the usual, and ...
... that would tear at your clothes and skin if you got to close. Wasps buzzed around in the blistering late morning sun, despite the heat. We were relieved that we had thought to bring 3 liters of water with for the journey, as we drank every last drop.
In the end we made it to the summit, 1,003 meters above sea level. The mountain is said to be the birthplace of Zeus. With a view like the one we saw, I can see why. We were quite tired when we made it ...