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At the top of the mountain we did a little walking through the town and checked out a few of the shops. We hadn’t seem much the night before since was dark by the time we walked to dinner. One of my favorite things along the road that borders the Caldera are these doors that seem to lead to nowhere. There is just a doorway – some are quite ornate – but no building. The doorway leads to the stairs that take you down the ...
... rock that gave it its color. We were the first visitors on the beach that morning, so we paid a couple of Euros for a few lounge chairs, threw the football around, and took a bunch of pictures. The boys went snorkeling (of course), and the rest of us just relaxed for a couple of hours. By the time Adam picked us up, the beach was crowded with tourists - it was a good time to move on.
We took a couple of taxis over to Fira that afternoon ...
Another tender to get ashore. From the sea, a dramatic view of the steep cliff face on which the township of Fira, Santorini, is perched. I chose the donkey ride to take us up over 1,100 vertical metres rather than the cable car, and convinced mum to join me, what fun! Wandered around the clifftop maze of typically narrow streets with most amazing sea views and those well-photographed blue-domed churches. Stopped for a tonic in a cafe/bar as Nanna was ...
... to some of the places you could stay down the hill. There were a couple of the big cruise ships in the harbor and so as a result there were many more people in town and in the restaurants.
They look very nice but sure they are more expensive than where we are. Bought some groceries and headed back to the room and fixed a nice dinner and watched the FBI story on television. Interesting movie about J. Edgar and his paranoia.
... which really different for me but good (to the Greeks I'm with that's what it's supposed to taste like). After lunch we walked up into the town itself, past lots of shops and along the cliff edge where there were plenty of postcard-like pictures.....same-same. We didn't really have time to go farther north to Oia or south to the beaches, so we 4-wheeled it back, and all piled back into a taxi to make sure we didn't miss the slow ferry back to ...