Santorini Kastelli Resort
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We had planned to visit two museums today but the first was closed. It wasn't supposed to be but, hey ho, this is Greece. The Archaeological Museum was open but doesn't have the best pieces ( gone to Athens again) and the display is not very informative but there were some interesting things from Ancient Thira, ...
... the beach front to Perivolos - the beach here has black sand and the crowd is definitely younger, with heaps of cool bars and restaurants you can see how this is a party area - we almost wish we had stayed down here for a night ;-) Denham let me ride the quad all the way home - did I mention how much fun it is!
Once back at the hotel we relaxed by the pool before getting ready for the evening.
... be remembered when they arrive in heaven. I remember the way my greek family in Canada took great care to support their church in Owen Sound, even though it was not a Greek Orthodox Church . The people are very respectful of churches and take their responsibility seriously.The last stop on our tour was a winery, something that wasn't on the itinerary we had chosen, but we were glad for it because of the beautiful view it offered from the outdoor patios. When ...
... hour and wondering each time if it was Santorini, when we finally got to Santorini, it was obvious that it was, because the Caldera was so clearly visible - a high steep cliff in a semi circle like the rim of the volcano that it once was. Just over three thousand years ago there was a massive eruption, not a small burp but a full scale, full on eruption. It was so big, it blew everything out leaving a hollow chamber below which ...
... to the airport burning down, then getting in and out of Cairo days before hundreds of people were killed in the army crackdown, and now arriving in Santorini just in time for the entire island to lose electricity, we're seriously starting to wonder if we might be a source of bad luck for each destination that is unfortunate enough to be on our itinerary. So if in the next few days the Coliseum collapses or the Vatican explodes, you'll know why.