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... Oia and the Bay of Ammoudi, where we walked to a rocky beach that had some great cliffs for jumping off and an island you could swim out to. It was another hot day and the water was a perfect temperature - cool enough to be refreshing, but not too cold. We got there pretty early and secured one of the few spots that actually had sand and not just sharp volcanic rock, and left in the middle of the afternoon when it started to get too ...
... 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 ...
... to our hotel by Boris, the hotel owner who was super friendly and greeted us a with a smile... which was defiantly needed after the awful ferry. We are staying in FIRA, which is the capital of the island, and it is
the central point of the island. You can be at opposite ends of the
island in 25mins. We wanted to rent scooters but we don;t have our motorcycle license,so we had to rent an ATV instead. They brought the ATV to us and off we went to explore the ...
... we landed on Santorini - in the rain!!!!! What the ....
Got on the transfer bus for about 1/2 hour to Oia (pronounced Ea). OMG the postcards were right, even in overcast weather. Checked in at the reception which is in the village square. The lady called the porter who was worth his weight in gold as he took my baggage down the cobblestone alleyways, up and down the stairs until we reached ...
... able to down a Cadbury easter chocolate again... but in a pinch, I suppose anything's possible. I know it's not a good sign that the local bakery knew us by name by the second day of our visit, but you can justify anything when you believe you are supporting the local economy, yes?
I will now let the photos speak the words for Santorini. It was peaceful, stunning and wonderful family time and inspite of some initial rain, perfect weather.
When in ...