The Boathouse Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Boathouse Hotel Kamari
Great location right on the beach. Room was a decent size with a bath/shower, fridge, A/C, lockable safe, free Wi-Fi and clean. Buffet breakfast was excellent with plenty of restaurants nearby by for lunch and dinner. A decent size pool with plenty of seating. Staff very helpful. All in all a good base to explore the island and excellent value.
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Four flights down and one to go, and we have made it to Athens. Checked in and just waiting for the flight to Santorini but I am sorry to say I am writing this while drinking tea in the airport's McCafe. However they have free Wi-Fi so it is an opportunity to say how we are getting on.
I know they say it is better to travel …
The day dawned and for the first time the sun didn't stream into our room as usual. Today it was obscured by cloud with a forecast for wind and rain. So we decided that today was the day to explore the town Fira, which is the capital of the island and is perched at the top of the cliffs overlooking the caldera.
In the narrow streets you …
Back on the tourist trail again today with a boat trip round the caldera stopping at the central volcano, hot springs, island of Thirasia and Oia for the sunset.
Nea Kameni is the island in the centre of the caldera that is slowing growing. As has happened many times before the volcano will grow and fill the caldera turning Santorini into …
... know when we’ve overstayed our welcome. The true spontaneous traveler follows his instincts and subtle signs from the universe, and this one was saying it’s best to press on. We’ve got a long way to go, and now with Sean’s impending return to the states, a deadline to get there. Next up, Athens - a millennium of history revealed in ancient ruins and the birthplace of western civilization. Look out Greece, here we ...
... usually in August, the farmers and workers stayed right at the farms for the two or three week season. The museum showed how the grape presses went from feet to modern day presses and pointed out Santorini has only had electricity since 1967, not all that long ago, really. Another thing I learned was during no part of the wine making process should the grapes or the juice touch anything metal because if they do it reduces the quality of wine and ...