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Perioxi Theo, Agia Marina, Crete, 73100, Greece | Villa
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This villa, located on Perioxi Theo, Agia Marina, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    CALDERA ....

    A travel blog entry by chaymus on Nov 20, 2006

    19 photos

    ... the nicest guys weve met on the travels) we had met in Zeus Hostel in Athens we bought a bottle of Ouzo, Rented some Quads, and Climded a Monestary, not in that order, but close. PS Shia would take on average 3,210,133 photos per day here.. Sunrises and Sunsets to die ...


    A travel blog entry by leithoff on Nov 18, 2006

    6 photos

    ... s winter and a whole lot of things close for the winter. The hotel was gorgeous and very close to the centre of Fira, the capital town of Santorini. We had an amazing view and a pool, although it was far from warm enough to go in it. We had a fridge and they gave us plates and utensils to use so we could make food. Our first day in Fira was nice, a cruise ship stopped in for a few hours so the town was busy and all the cafes ...

    James gets romantic

    A travel blog entry by jamesalex on Nov 03, 2006

    ... time we set foot outside the hostel. The only upside of this was we learnt the Greek word for "shoo" when the dogs tried to follow us inside the hostel and the owners got a tad ****** off. Actually that word has come in very handy - Ive used it daily on James and various peddlers of **** Greek and Spanish wares ever since. So anyway, were strolling the clean streets of Santorini, the moon is coming up over ...

    Santorini, Greece: gorgeous views and donkey poos

    A travel blog entry by andrewmarnie on Oct 07, 2006

    14 photos

    We arrived in Santorini without any accommodation booked, not too sure how we would find something once we got there, but we need not have worried. As we got off the ferry, we were accosted by about 100 people touting their hotel rooms, which is a little scary first thing in the morning before you have had a coffee. After ignoring the one's with desperation in their eyes or ouzo on their breath, we eventually settled for a nice room overlooking the sea on the opposite side of ...

    Survived a Hurricane and Lost My Hair

    A travel blog entry by leroyj24 on Sep 23, 2006

    1 comment, 4 photos

    It's been a crazy week in the Greek Islands and I've still got one more to go, Santorini, which I will be hitting up later today and spending the next three nights at. I've basically spent the last few days laying on the beach, riding around on scooters and partying all night long. The beaches on the islands are gorgeous. One such beach, called Paradise on Mykonos, had water that was ...