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Ok. So right now we en route from venice to Slovenia... Just to give you an idea of how far behind we are on the entries! Life is busy as a traveller! Ok. Santorini. Let me think... When we arrived we had a pre booked option to attend. So we threw our bags down and changed into some prettier clothes - we were headed to Eoa,one of the most romantic sunset locations in the world. The bus trip there was impressive to say the least. Santorini is very steep and we ...
... the lack of a queuing mechanism which would ensure fairer outcomes and the "could not care less" attitude of the driver. My weekly "how is your baby doing this week in your pregnancy" email this week foretold that I would be irritable and set off by small things. Well, I had a mini eruption at that bus station, had a go at the lack of organisation in general in Greece, the rudeness of people in general and the unfairness of the situation. Another couple from the boat, who ...
... also did a bit of scratching. Sounds lazy but it was very hot and we'd already checked out a lot of stuff.
On the last night we went into town to check out the sunset which was amazing. I'm not sure we saw a cloud the whole time we were there! After the sunset we went back to the hotel before I went back out to meet up with Blake who just got to Santorini. Kate and I were leaving early the next morning so I thought I'd have a few beers with him. Turned ...
Heading for the beautiful island of Santorini in Greece today :) after breakfast went downstairs to the departure deck where this time, instead of getting off onto a port, we had a tender take us there! So got off our ship and straight onto another boat :) we started towards the still active volcano that we were about to climb :) once we got there, it was huge! Not really by volcano and mountain standards but definitely by mine as ...
... in a bio dome. This is an ancient bronze aged city 5,000 years old, legend has it is was the site of Atlantis, and it was wiped out 3,000 years ago by a volcano, the same eruption that formed Santorini as it is today. During the tour a fellow traveler came up to me and said he knew me, we worked it out we knew each from our college days and he was in the year ahead of me, Bob.
We then went along the cliff perimeter the the other ...