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got a deal though by going on a rickety wooden boat that promised to take us
there and back but didn’t specify when we’d be leaving. After 15 minutes
sitting on the boat we could see over by the store front selling the tickets
the sleazy salesmen were hounding every tenderboat-load of new passengers
trying to get more people on our mini excursion. Finally when we were losing
patience and just about to get off and ask for a refund, they seemed ...
Such a lovely place.
The island is the site of one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recorded history: the Minoan eruption (sometimes called the Thera eruption), which occurred some 3600 years ago at the height of the Minoan civilization. The eruption left a large caldera surrounded by volcanic ash deposits hundreds of metres deep and ...
... We ate at the only mexican place in Santorini which overlooked the ocean, the food was pretty good. By the time we got to the port it was 11pm, we returned the car and went to a nearby cafe to use internet until 1 am when our ferry left. Our ferry to Rhodes from Santorini is a 9 hour ride and then we have 4 hours in Rhodes before getting on another ferry for 90 minutes to ...
... It was such an odd place for tourism, we all thought.
The following day we were excited about regaining our love for Santorini and booked a full-day boat trip out to the caldera, a hot springs, and a stop in Oia town to watch the sunset. Our first stop took us out to hike around the still-active volcano that helped form the islands that make up Santorini. Afterwards, we motored to the island behind the caldera where ...
... it, sure the area was a little seedy but just take care! The rooms had air conditioning....to me at this stage that is a major plus!I spent the afternoon walking around and went to see the Acropolyis. It was very hot and but the ruins were quite amazing. I had to go back to the hostel, I thought I was going to faint and my cold had got so much worse, I need a bit of an afternoon nap.
At six I had a little meeting with a few of the people I would be travelling around the Greek ...