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... here now, and turkish delight. we sat at a massive old table looking out of the windows at views we couldn’t believe. final perfecting part of the day for the girls was …. shopping! yes - shopping - bought handmade wooden crosses - happy girls!
Off to Athens on the ferry tomorrow - early start 6am getting in at 3pm. Time to catch up on wifi and maybe even join Facebook. OMG. Girls charging everything like crazy fighting oer the plugs. Joy. a
... walks - with gullies,valleys,rocky ridges and windswept tops,windmills,small villages, and landscapes speckled with little white and blue churches sitting in the middle of nowhere. We all really enjoyed it and arrived back in the port a few hrs later hot and dusty and jumped into the sea before a long lunch in a beach side cafe - pizza and the girls had a crepe.
seis hombres están sentado en un cafe. Todos tienen sed.
If you thought we relaxed in England then you don't know anything about relaxing! The sign greeting us to this wonderful little island should have said, "Welcome to Naxos - you won't leave." We had wonderful plans to see so many islands and then we found our oasis at Windmill Hotel and stayed and stayed. But let me back up. We had decided to come to the Greek Islands and of course, we were going to do Santorini, because come on, you don't go to the Greek ...
So, Tina met us in Crete finally and after 3 days of no luggage and the luck that she fit into our clothes, we managed to run our way to the port with her recovered bags last minute just in time to catch the ferry to Santorini! The ride was short, thank god, and suddenly we pulled up into the most amazing cove along the Santorini cliff side. After we made it to our cute and "quaint" hotel (As Hilary and her mom would say), we headed to the Beach. First, the ...
... 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 ...