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Nous avons la chance de passer une nuit dans une "Honeymoon Suite" avec vue sur le coucher du soleil!!! Wow!!!!!
... once in a while for a nice cold beer! It's such a hard life! The ship is tendered today so I have to catch a shuttle boat back and forth. I got to the bottom of the mountain for about 10:15 where 95% of the tourists ride a donkey to get the top but I couldn't do it, the poor donkeys looked so sad and their up and down the mountain all day, there's also ...
Day 42 Santorini Today we have checked some boxes on the bucket list and had one of the best days we can remember. The day started with Paul urging me out of bed early, despite my grumpy resistance. He kept saying he had a surprise for me. So eventually I did manage to drag myself out of bed and up to breakfast. Then he was a bit vague about why came next and since we had to be ready to tender off the boat at 11am I know we don't have a lot of time in which to be surprised. But surprise ...
... to my ankle - and the smell of donkey poo in my nostrils still lingers! A quick visit to the ship doctor for some strapping and drugs sorted me out, and then it was off to dinner. We decided to have our meal on the pool deck, as the ship was not leaving Santorini until late evening. It was a magnificent sunset and the lights of the villages sparkled above, as the ship slowly made it's way to to our next port of call Chania, on the island of ...
... up the beach and begun swimming to the ball. He too however, was not able to keep up with the ball. With Ronnie tiring I decided to walk up the beach and swim ahead of the ball, with the aim of intercepting it as it came past. Unfortunately, my swimming pace was no competition to the wind, and I began to tire quickly. Luck was on our side though, and I noticed a man on a kayak paddling fast towards the ball. He saved the ball and turning around, gave it to me and paddled back to ...