Volcano View Hotel
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... to the hostel dripping wet - no such luck, barely even warm, so scratch that idea. I bundled myself up in a sweater and blankets and got warmed up. Thennnnnn my phone falls on the ground and the screen gets all smashed and now I'm like soooooo over the day that I went to bed at 8:30 or something ridiculous.
Good news though, I'm in Greece, and life isn't so bad when you're here, no matter what is happening.
Until next time,
... We rented a car and drove around the island. Our first stop was a small town called Oia which is the most famous village on the island. It is a quaint walking village with charming houses, narrow streets, blue domed churches and sun-bathed verandas all overlooking the caldera. It is not unusual to see donkeys roaming through the narrow streets. Our last stop before heading back to the ship was Perissa Beach which is part of the longest black sandy beach of ...
... we met some nice people from all over.
Upon our return, we had what we are calling "linner" which is a 4:00 meal that rolls two meals into one. We sat out at a restaurant that was up so high and had an amazing view of the harbour.
We are off to call it a night, but before that will have a little dip in the pool which is outside our room - steps ...
Santorini is one of those places I have always wanted to visit, and was high up on my bucket list. Who hasn't seen pictures of white painted, blue domed buildings set on a dramatic cliff, the landscape plummeting into the azure ocean below, framed by caldera views? Santorini is a place of indescribable beauty and impossibly beautiful. I took over 200 photos today, as around every bend and corner there is a new panorama taking your breath away and begging to be captured. We arrived ...
... br> The best thing I like about Pelagos is the little organic farm. They grow lots of vegetables and fruits such as zucchinis, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, melons, figs, strawberries and more - its totally awesome and the restaurant serves food straight from the garden. I especially love the fig tree where half the fun is finding and climbing to pick the best fruit.
This morning, the flight here was so easy. Its only a 30-40 minute ...