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... crew know that his wife had fallen walking down the donkey track and was being bought down on a donkey. The crew jumped into action to check on her and help her on to the boat. Other than having some donkey poop on her, she was fine. It would appear that her misadventure was caused by a mix of too much fun of the liquid kind mixed with the slippery steps than make up the donkey track.
The cable cars on Santorini were a gift from a wealthy ship ...
... was a little spoilt by the masses of tourist there! Last couple of days blurred together. We caught the bus to Fira for a wander and loved the scenery but were fight through the crowds. We did however stumble across a deli kind of thing which their slogan was 'save water drink wine' and we did. We tried so many different wines from all over Santorini. They have this grape they call black and crispy which made a beautiful sweet dessert wine. The other interesting ...
... and Danielle from Chicago - we all decided to take a tour the next day! I love the Greek semi-healthy dessert, Baclava! (30) From Fira, Santorini's capital, you can catch a cable car to the port below or take nearly 700 steps to the bottom. These stairs are full of donkeys and mules transporting people! I opted to walk down the stairs, which wasn't too good of an idea with my slippery sandals. Clutzy took a tumble on her knee on the cement rocks! Ouchy. I met ...
... br> We didnt stay long though as we wanted to get out and start seeing Santorini. And I've found out that this island is actually called Thira, as its the whole grouping of islands that are known as Santorini. Its actually a volcano caldera that forms the ring of islands and gives it the distinctive look from other islands.
There is a main road but it doesnt really have anything on it of interest. All the action is on the ...
... about 20 each over the 10 days) at "Grandma’s Restaurant," and then went out to “The Beach Bar” for a party. We played darts and listened to the music for a couple hours before heading back to the hostel to sleep.
Since we did want to relax a little in Greece, we slept in a bit on Thursday. In the morning, we found that the rain had been replaced by hurricane-force winds… an exaggeration? Perhaps, but it was really, really windy. ...