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Fantastic villa, wonderful hosts and excellent location
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From one Greek Island to another – Crete to Santorini. It was four hours on a fast ferry – a big Cat (Mega Jet) – from Rethymno. After resting up for a few days I decided it was time to move on.
The last day in Rethymno I met another Kiwi. Same age as me and it didn't take long before we both realized we knew each other from University days. Caught up over a few beers. Good night. Small world.
... of the red house wine to share and were pleasantly surprised. It was quite good and the cost was 7euros. Now that is enough wine for Jeff and I to have two glasses each – for 7 euros (about $7).
Alex ordered Spaghetti with prawns – Santorini is known for its seafood. Jeff and I shared Greek Salad number three and I had chicken Souvlaki and he ordered a traditional Santorini appetizer called , or tomato balls. We had plenty to share ...
... next one off (what i would like to call) the ass-rank and off you go. So here we are in greece the home of the lamb kebab - the traditional australian post night club food! So just go with me here. What happens if you take your donkey taxi and after a big lamb kebab, throw up on your donkey! Is there a $200 cleaning charge for the donkey? Does the donkey get taken out of service for a while??? These are all terribly good questions. Of course on the other side of the coin, ...
Ia (or Oia) is one of four spectacular towns perched on the crescent-shaped cliff top of the caldera on Santorini island in Greece. Looking down from the rim of the volcanic mass it is fascinating to see the dwellings perched so hill and precariously on the edge of the rim. Apparently in Oia there are a couple of billionaires who have put in a desalinated plant for water and ...
... rock. The hot springs was a strange experience. A jump into the freezing sea water was exciting and once in the hot springs it was brown and slimy but a welcome warmth. I visited Kamari which is a resort on the east of the island and was a lovely area. Very flat, safe and has an upmarket feel and you walk along the promenade opposite the volcanic black sand beach. The town has a stunning backdrop of mountains and very shallow water, lovely area. A visit to Oia was well worth ...