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90€ au lieu de 200€!!!!!
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... running on as soon as they think it's time with no real concern about the huge trucks trying to come on/off the ferry. Everything happens so fast because as unorganised as it is these ferries do run a tight ship and leave right on the second their scheduled departure, so there's not much room for messing about. In saying that things were always pretty frantic and some people are seriously so stupid. Anyway, we were stoked we had paid extra for the nicer seats with ...
... into the blue of the water, the sky was a pale violet, really subtle and calmly beautiful. That is when the lights of the town of Oia and the town of Fira really begin to take the stage. The white plastered dwellings seem to glow agains the sky and people linger, snapping photographs of the same images overs and over because with each passing few minutes, the scene looks a little it different. Chris climbed up on the flat roofof the castle to get another perspective ...
... and travel blog on the patio – no small feat with the distracting scenery. My room, when it was ready, was wonderfully clean and inviting, with perfect little balcony to enjoy the sunsets from. It did involve another 30 or so steep stairs, but we all have to make sacrifices ;o)
I spent the rest of the day exploring the town, visiting the Museum of Prehistoric Thera (which displayed art and objects from ...
... white wines each progressively sweeter. The last was Vinsanto which Santorini is famous for. This is definitely a drink for dessert.
Tonight I headed back into town for one last sunset. The winds were chilly on the cliff top as I waited but I decided it was worth the goosebumps.
Tomorrow back to London where the weather is forecast to be light drizzle and 11 degrees. Bye bye ...
... she wound up being the guide for a 4 hour bus tour. Her bus was full of a bunch of Americans who were on a cruise and therefore only had one day on Santorini, so they wanted to know everything about it. She spent three hours of the four telling them every single thing she knew about the island - its history, culture, etc., etc. For the last hour, she's tired of talking so she takes a break. She hears the ...