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TravelPod Member ReviewsAsteras Villas Fira
Fantastic villa, wonderful hosts and excellent location
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... driving the donkeys back down for the next trip. Groups of about 8-10 donkeys came cantering down which looked great except in the second group, there was no donkey owner, so they were all across the path and cantering down really quickly. Flattening myself against the wall I was really sacred that they were so close that they would land on my feet so as they got close, I pushed them hard to move the a cross, which they didn't like and they brayed loudly. ...
... silver 'koru' and crushed opal centre representing eternal life :). Chris even managed to haggle a little despite the shop keeper saying they don't haggle in Greece!
Next stop was of course Greek coffee for Chris (and iced chocolate for me). The coffee was strong, and thick. A sludge that looked a little like chocolate sauce was left in the cup when he was done, but the coffee itself was good according to Chris. The view ...
... The stones at this beach were red and black and it was surrounded by red cliffs. The water here also was greener than we had come across before and it was amazing. We finished our great Santorini adventure by watching the beautiful sunset over the water.
The crew on our boat are also very cute. There are about 7 Turkish fellas who speak little English and look a bit dodgy but look after us so very well. They are forever cleaning the ship or our cabins and are running ...
... another village on Santorini island that is must-see if time allows. Our bus drove through Thera and allowed anyone interested in touring Thera a chance to get off the bus there, but getting back to the port was on our own. Because it was getting late, I did not want to fight crowds and time to get from Thera down to the port via cable car. More than once on the trip, we were discouraged from riding ...
... from the bus we headed towards the edge of the cliff, knowing that from a distance, Oia clung to the caldera probably even more than Fira, so we were bound to easily establish our bearings upon finding the cliff. We soon found tiny wandering streets, some floored withmarble, others with the more common cement and pebbles, all lined with a multitude of tiny shops. Many of these contained beautiful jewellery, many had amazing back windows featuring tiny balconies ...