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... and then made our way down to the bus back to Fira. Oia is a very popular tourist destination and so as a result the people waiting to catch the bus get a little out of control when the bus arrives. This was the case that day as we were waiting for the bus. Moved out of the way and caught the next bus down and it was not crowded at all.
Back to our room and fixed a dinner of comfort food -- grilled cheese and salad and chilled for the rest of the evening.
... springs created thousands of years ago by the underwater power of the volcano! Right after that, the boat sailsed above the underwater craters to Thirasia Island, where I ate in the picturesque small tavern near the port, swam in the crystalline waters and visited the village of Manolos on the top of Thirasia's caldera!
The last stop on ...
... cobbled streets along with hundreds of other people. It felt like a walking through an ant pile in mounds built up on top of the Caldera, especially after being on the quiet island of Paros. Once back to the hotel, we marveled at the view we had just witnessed. It hardly seemed real, so different it was from anything we'd ever seen. The next day we had a tour of the island scheduled. Hopefully we would learn more about the majesty of Santorini.
... when the stories were told and there are a number of similarities in the texts and the findings in the city. The story tells of a city of concentric circles, this town was built around areas, not in straight lines and the way Santorini was formed in a circular way, this could be the way the ancients related their story. The city of Atlantis met a great ruin; this could be the volcanic eruption that covered this island to cause those people to flee. There are a ...
... another outlet.
Surprise surprise we got breakfast again on the Frankfurt to Athens flight, although this time it was just a cheese omelette and cake or biscuit. But a huge improvement on the previous one.
This is turning into a bit of a food diary, that should stop once we get to Santorini latter today.
Reached Santorini this afternoon.
There may possibly be such a thing as karma. The father of ...