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... up to get back to the hostel as fast as possible, the rain drops felt like huge pieces of hail. By the time we got back to the hostel we were completely soaked. Once the rain stopped, we quickly got changed then went back into Fira for a little more shopping. Of course it started pouring rain once again but we just tried our best to find shelter in the many stores.
We had to be at the reception for just after 5pm on Thursday to catch our ride back to the port. ...
... the water to catch the tender back to the ship. It was either that or ride a mule & I definitely did not want to do that. All of us were exhausted by this point, from the walk & the heat. I don't think I've ever been so glad to get back on board this ship as I was today! More about the rest of today later.
It's later...actually 2 days later because I've been busy & haven't had internet access when I wasn't. I'm ...
... the highlights of the island. I was getting pretty sick of
being on tour buses at that point. We were brought to a peak at the top of the
island with a few nautical windmills built out of ship parts. On another peak
across the way was St John’s Monastery, where my three friends had gone. I was
on a tour with a few other friends, though—Athena and Alex, sister and brother,
and my ship roommate John and his girlfriend Meg. I ...
... As they zig-zagged up the crowded path, I started snapping pictures. When they got within shouting distance, I got their attention, but Karen was the only one brave enough to let go of the reins for split second to wave and fake a smile. Bhavan's donkey was busy charging through a crowd of donkeys biting every donkey butt along the way. I kept snapping pictures of their delightful ride as they rounded the final turn and headed towards me. That's when they hit ...
... cone of the volcano. On Tuesday we'll take a boat over there for a tour of the island and the volcano.
Today we a day for just poking around the town streets, talking to shop-owners who always say "Hi" from their front porch. These are very narrow whitewashed alleys peppered with doorways to homes, to small hotels, and souvenir shops. Maybe the highlight of ...