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Travel Blogs from Imerovigli
... get the most out of this lovely island, but then, a good reason to come back! It's somehow fitting that a Greek island whose primary industry is tourism, should manage such an astonishing combination of beauty, grace, genuine hospitality, and stellar indifference. Can't say the same for the vast bulk of tourists though. I don't want to be one of that lot, please. On the plus side, with a little effort, it is easy enough to get off the beaten track. And so to St ...
... We all struggled to get seated and then turned around expecting the man to
grab the rope and lead us up the hill. To our surprise, he just smacked the
donkey’s ‘asses’ (haha couldn’t resist) and they took off up the hill on a
rampage. We held on for dear life as they began making the switchbacks up the
side of the cliff. They slowed down a little ways up and occasionally stopped
to eat some greenery; mine liked to wander dangerously close ...
... There are the two volcanic
islands Nea Kameni and Paela Kameni, and finally the smallest island
Aspronisi. The caldera consists of the space in the sea between all of
the Santorini islands. The Caldera view is breathtaking magnificent.
Our shuttle picked us up and brought us to the new port of Thira where we embarked on a boat adventure. We stared with a hike up Nea Kameni the biggest of the volcanic ...
... the first time in 8 years. It is an excavation of an ancient city that was buried by the large volcanic eruption over 4000 years ago. The place was eerie and amazing. I can't believe they had 3 story houses and toilets back then.
Then we walked to the red beach and then caught a boat to see the white and black beaches as well. The rest of the day was really just tourist shopping and watching another sunset. However Allison and the ...
... ice cream I had been craving and water while relaxing with a good view. Then, I visited some of the shops and walked some more around the city. My last order of business was to grab a real greek pita before heading back to Kamari. I took the public bus back to Kamari, and here I am now in the resto/ bar associated with the hotel. Just lounging around on my computer. Reg life. Tomorrow my flight is at 7am, so I need to get some rest before I CONQUER athens!!