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... view the sunset, people tend to stand in front of Sunsets restaurant, there were dozens of people waiting for it to happen which was causing a blockage in the narrow walkway. The waiter needed to stand on the restaurant steps to deter the non-patronising to move on. After dinner, we had a walk around the left side of Oia then back on the local bus to come home. Today we're putting our clothes in for washing at the Penguin laundromat, we leave tomorrow back to Athens for 2 days. Xoxo A & ...
... as those or more so. We strolled around and bought a few bits and pieces. We had tea and watched sunset very romantic.
Our second day we braved the public transport of santorini and went down to Kamari for brunch and then sat on black beach for a few hours. The beach didn't have any sand it had all black volcanic pebbles, which got extremely hot but ...
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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 ...
... of years ago by the power of the volcano. The ocean was pretty chilly so it was nice to find the warm patches and stay there for a bit before having to swim back through the cold ocean to the boat.
We stopped at Thirasia island for lunch and some sunbaking, then we were back on the boat stopping midwater for some snaps up to the beautiful town of Oia on Santorini before heading back to Fira.
After our active ...
The following day we got a bus to Pamukkale and spent a night in a hotel there before visiting Pammukale in the morning. We met some lovely Turkish people at the hotel and found Turkish people to be very friendly and helpful! We had a Turkish mud bath at the hotel which is supposed to be very good for your skin and hair and we all felt lovely and refreshed afterwards. The ...