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Tenders from the ship today, landed at the old port just below Fira. Choices to the top were....a stinking donkey, 580 steps or 3 minute cable car....no brainer, took cable car! Wandered around Fira for an hour or so, tried to reach kids again but wifi here is worse than home! Then we took a taxi to Oia a very pretty town about 20 minutes away. Here we wandered again enjoying how ...
... OMG. Where is the gun? Did I say that...oops. But seriously, this woman was doing my head in, and she wasn't even touching me. Finally the guy sits up and suggests they go for a walk. They **** off and leave their bags behind. About 15 minutes later they come get their bags and presumably go sit somewhere else. After this episode, the group of four Asians sitting across from me starts talking loudly and then laughing at something they are watching on their screens. I have my ...
... Greece has been so far. Billy especially...surprisingly, has enjoyed every part of our trip this far and we both thanked Jenny for selecting such a fine destination! We all were up late last night-blogging, laughing, spilling and breaking things (a long story but suffice it to say we had a lot of laughs) so it was an earlyish bed time tonight. Tomorrow I have a small surprise in plan for Jenny and a unique early afternoon planned for all of ...
... every panel, reverse into a parking spot. His parking by feel didn't work this time as he kept reversing even after he had hit a motor scooter. He went forward a little, picked the scooter up that he had knocked over and set it up as it was before, locked his car and walked away. We had missed a bus that could have taken us to a beach down the coast a little so we decide to walk through more of the town to a swimming area around the corner from an old fort on ...
... from the volcanic activity of the past. On top of these very high cliffs or the escarpment, there appeared to be pockets of snow adorning the peaks. Clearly this was not the case, but rather the white buildings that Santorini is renown for. Clearly because of the nature of the crater, there is not a formal port for the island, hence we moored off shore in order to be "tendered" to shore.
Claire had been very fatigued when she arrived ...