Sea Sound - White Katikies
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... if my grandma was alive, and there with me she would have enjoyed dancing to the sounds of Celia Cruz and songs like La Camisa Negra. It was really just peace of mind, and the comfortable feeling of having little taste of home. Anyways the islands we visited wow. My favorite was on day 2 we visited the island of Patmos, it was a Greek Island I have never heard about and one of the smaller islands. A local told us about a spot to watch the sunset. This spot was ...
... kept getting better as we rounded the bay and could see the whole island from one end to the other. Browns, whites and deep blue’s were the only colours that mattered around these parts, and joined together made a site to behold. Soon after our eyegasm was complete we arrived at the main port in Santorini. The main port is located, quite obviously, at sea level, and the main town of Fira, some 400 metres above on the sheer cliffs. This used to pose a problem and ...
... tell you what that’s famous for.
I was really excited to be in Greece, a holiday destination I’ve been dreaming about for the past several years. The place is steeped in history and culture that most of us know a little something about but I’m looking forward to exploring more, primarily in Athens where I will be back next weekend. Danny and I spent our time at the airport at a McDonald’s researching things to do ...
... the first time in 8 years. It is an excavation of an ancient city that was buried by the large volcanic eruption over 4000 years ago. The place was eerie and amazing. I can't believe they had 3 story houses and toilets back then.
Then we walked to the red beach and then caught a boat to see the white and black beaches as well. The rest of the day was really just tourist shopping and watching another sunset. However Allison and the ...
... below shuffled to find a spot to stand or lean, we all got to know each other. We had met an unusually high number of people from Vancouver in our three weeks in Europe. I commented,
"We cannot seem to get away from you Vancouver people. I think the only way to escape you all is to hide in the Stanley Cup."
It was too soon.
Surprisingly they remained our friends and we had ...