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... really came out on this ride. Apparently telling your fearful wife to check out the beautiful view from the 1000 foot cliff every minute isn't very helpful. But we survived and battled the mid day sun and rough paths to our cliff side hotel. Like most things in Santorini, the pictures just don't do justice to the most amazing views we have ever seen! This couldn't have been more true than from our hotel here in Oia. Dinner tonight was at 7pm in ...
... t a donkey in sight when we needed one, not that we would have used one really as I feel sorry for them and we were doing it for the workout anyway.
After that we lay under an umbrella at the pool for quite a while. So, a pretty uneventful day. Our hotel is on the Aegean side, not the Caldera. The Caldera was formed with a massive volcanic eruption eons ago, which formed a large open Caldera where part of the island, the volcano, erupted ...
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We set off remarkably early today for our great excursion to SANTORINI- paradise!
The boat was crowded but we found a place to sit and stretch out a bit to nap. On board breakfast consisted of tea and spanakopita (yum- My favorite!)
Our professor had the unique idea to give us a final on the ship- a ...
From Free University-Berlin: …The reason for the shape of calderas is believed to be the collapse of the roof of a central reservoir of shallow magma. This may result when magma does not erupt from the central top but rather from the flanks of a volcano, leaving a gap between magma chamber and its respective roof. The structurally unstable roof collapses in a more or less regular form, reflected ...
... the sea level. If you go to the old port, you can go by foot, by cable car, or by the traditional donkey. We went up by bus from the new port. There are 10 switchbacks along the route to the top and the buses just get by each other on the roads, reminding us of the Amalfi coast. But once you get to the top, you can see the other side of the island, the Eastern side where the land runs down into the sea, with grape vines coiled up along the ground to retain ...