- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Hey ho, off we go again, moving camps. Here's a quick rundown on what we did in Santorini, which wasn't very much at all but we had a great time. The first day we walked down to a wee fishing village and watched a few people taking a paddle in the water. The beach as such was stony/rocky so no swimming for us. It was a good workout walking back up …
... by a volcanic eruption around 1620 BC and similar to the more famous city of Pompeii, many of the buildings and artifacts were very well preserved thanks to the volcanic ash that completely covered the entire city. In 1964 the Greek government and some private donors began the process of excavating and exploring the city and they have done a wonderful job providing a really interesting exhibit where you can get an up close view of the ruins. To have the chance to see such ...
... for about 10min over this cliff face to get onto the beach and it wasn't even sand. It was stony and tiny and so busy! Not very nice but was good to swim in the ocean. From Red Beach we headed back to the hostel for a freshen up before going wine tasting at a really flash winery. It was up a cliff with a stunning view! We tasted a few wines then bought a couple of bottles to take up to the highest point on the island to watch ...
... my eyes and ******** my pants as we drove some of the terrifying cliff face roads (although Andrew was only driving about 40km I was sure we were going to speed off a cliff!), but the views we amazing and it was a great way to see more of the island. We got lost in the windy roads and enjoyed stumbling across little random villages and seeing some of the real deal Santorini and less touristy spots. We did manage to come across a few of the black ...
... went around encouraging a romantic atmosphere with all the candlelit dinners in order to meet the tourism target for the year. Also, up until the 1990s the island didn't have a proper sanitation system - now there is a desalination plant (which we passed by and found a deserted bus that looked like something out of a zombie movie) - beforehand, people would collect rainwater in buckets and a lot of people still do this to this very day. It ...