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- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... It was strange but refreshing. That afternoon we made friends with Pagey, Jai and Beth from south of Melbourne. They were a bit on the bogan side, but nice people, and we played drinking games with them, learning a new game 'Pyramid' which is similar to '********'. We slowly drew more people in, including Lilly and Zach who coincidentally went to Wenona and St Augustine's and had met Issy before. We mostly drank at ...
... have the exact same birthday and it wouldn't remotely work for him). I said goodbye to Jesse, wished him luck on his travels and told him I'd be following his Facebook and did the "oh we'll have to hang out in DC" to Alexandra and headed in. I wasn't that tired really... took probably 2 hours for me to fall asleep at least. I was more just done. I had accidentally turned off the sound on my phone and my alarm didn't go off. Amazingly I woke up at ...
... as the least developed village in Greece surpassed its reputation, at least at the Taverna we were unlucky enough to chose from the many on the beach. Strange to find the best and worst grilled Octopus across a stretch of water we could virtually see where we lunched the day before. Close contenders for best and worst so far (actually, no contest for worst). It was a long day, the confident Greek phrase "you'll be back in your hotel well before six" ...
In our little hire car we go to a traditional village called Megalochori and explored it for a while. It was quiet, old, run down but gorgeous village and a lot of had unbelievable buildings and didn’t seem to have hardly anything open. We didn’t see many locals so it was quiet. We drove to Red Beach but didn’t go for a swim, its a beach below a very red mountain. We both have painful achilles so we kept driving. We went ...
... go back to Fira, I had to go straight back to the room and shower before I could face joining the girls at a bar to watch sunset. It turned out to be a relatively average sunset anyway because of clouds so Oia wouldnt have been amazing anyway (or so I'm going to keep telling myself).
We did finally find some good food here though at a small taverna so my faith in getting decent food on Santorini has been somewhat restored.
Disaster day over and out...