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... into a 5 bed dorm on the beach of Perissa. Perfect, cause we were all a little worse for wear. The rest of the day was spent snoozing and recooperating. We ventured out to a cool bar called 'tranquil' along the front of the beach. Hammocks, sofas and a good feed just what we needed. They did warn that the salads were extra large enough for two to share. So naturally Yasher ordered one for himself. It came out in a fruit bowl, the type of fruit bowl ...
... and are staying in my hostel. The guy I met from Pink Palace, Jesse, (it's going to start getting real confusing with Jess names so just bear with me) asked if I wanted to go for a walk with him. He's a 23 year old Aussie and one of the cooler guys I've ever met. We met up with the other two girls who quit Pink Palace but they didn't stay out late. Apparently Pink Palace got wilder (both debauchery and drama) after I left and Jesse was filling me in. People ...
... and had a five hour layover before flying to Santorini later in the evening.
Danny, my roommate from New York, and I had pre-decided a meeting spot in the Athens airport. It was great seeing him after nearly a month as he casually strolled to the rendezvous point in a TriBeCa t-shirt and denim jeans. I have no idea why I'm describing his clothes at this point but hey, later this week we are going to Mykonos and a little ...
... the views of their customers! The time had come. Photos were taken, ohhs and ahhs happened... and it was all over. Now the rush to get back through the crowd to make the 9:30pm bus! It cost €2 to get back to the main town centre and the ran-down tour bus was packed. Waiting 4 hours for 5mins of the prettiest skyline and sunsets on a greek island was definitely worth the wait and a pinch-yourself-to-see-if-it's-real moment. ...
... paradise, worthy of, but not justified by, any postcard. It was a truly amazing 20 minutes that I will never forget that finished with me starting a round of applause in true American Teen Movie fashion. Turning away from the sunset to head down to the bus station we noticed the moon, illuminating the opposite side of the town, Oia boasting more beauty than our guidebook could possibly suggest.