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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
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... out. On the bike ride back I stopped by a pottery shop inland. I asked the girl manning it (pardon) if she ships to the US, since I wanted to send Mom authentic Naxian pottery. She said yes.
Excited, I started browsing and picked out two mugs, for starters. She grimly informed me that she can't ship them because they might break in transit. Fine, but what did she think I was going to ship when I first asked? Consumer electronics? It's a damn pottery shop.
I didn't buy ...
... wasn't stable and ended up toppling. The guard came over and asked if I was all right, to which I said I was, but I was embarrassed. I hightailed it out of Thira to the beach city of Perissa. As I was going from Perissa to Akothiri, a car stopped and asked if I wanted a ride. He was a man in his late twenties and I had been walking all day so I said sure. We were driving along and he asked if I had a girlfriend, and I said, "No, we broke up about a month ago." ...
... topless women. Some are old ladies that make you cringe, but some are voluptious 20 something girls that when im driving past at 75 k's i nearly drive into a parked car. It should be banned near roads! And sometimes, you see a beautiful beach and want to take a picture, but you feel like a pervert because there is some topless girls there. But you just pretend that you dont see them when you take the picture :) Also, when ...
Woe to be a donkey. Donkeys have a hard life I swear. They get dominated. In fact, if a potential consequence of being a sinner was being reincarnated as a donkey, rather than mere eternal damnation in hell, I would be more inclined to be religious. The splendid sheer cliffs of the volcanic island of Santorini provide some of the most stunning views that I have seen - immaculate and beautifully designed hotels and houses stacked tier by ...
... island which is commercial free and has a population of only 300 people. We lazed on the pebbly beach and ate lunch. Our last stop for the day was Oia. Nikki and I decided to stay here to watch the sunset. The rest of the boat cruise went back to Fira Skala. I was going to catch a donkey up the 300 steps, but it was a little expensive and I thought my weight on these spindly legged donkeys was cruel. So we opted to walk up. 300 steps later and my ...