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... for us en route to catch our ferry. The new hotel was amazing, other than the really hard bed, and slightly stiff staff. The floor was all marble tile, and our room was on the top level providing even more superb views than we'd enjoyed the first three days. By the way, the picture of A driving the boat is supposed to be in Friday's post rather than this one from ...
... a path that bought us through to the main road and saw the flatter part of the island. We walked along the road for a short while before finding ourselves back into the small winding streets with lots of tourists shops and of course tavernas, hotels and chapels. We walked through the main part of town and continued along the path to the other end of time again enjoying the magnificent views. I fell in love with many of the doors and gates ...
... main island, but none of them are the idyllic white sands you imagine the Greek Isles to have. Most of them are black (think about igneous rock...), but there is one interesting red beach to the south. We chose the most convenient beach that had good reviews - Kamari. It wasn't packed and we think we got a good deal on 2 chairs and an umbrella for €5. It hurt to walk through the pebbles without closed toe shoes, which was probably an advantage ...
... you also have to imagine that we have seen a lot of Greek beaches and although, they are beautiful, I would rank them second best to Brazil and Australia. Not the red beach though! I am so glad I saw it! It is sublime! Have a look at the photo! You have to agree-I think one of the reasons I like it so much is that it is red and as an Australian, I have a partiality for red sand-I have never seen it on a beach though. This ranks as the most beautiful ...
The sunset of Santorini last night spun me out. It was unbelievably romantic. I wanted to share the moment with someone. That someone was my ex. The alcohol , the people in love, the jewelry stores, all of it was making my heart bleed again. I wanted to reach out to him, but even more I knew I shouldn't. I sent a message to his sister. I was feeling so incredibly lost and broken. I was holding onto something that I didn't know if it would ever hold me back. I cried and went ...