Per fortuna la sera abbiamo rimediato con la vista di un tramonto stupendo da Thira e una buonissima cena di pesce.
The fourth and last day in Santorini was the one that I can call "more comical". In the morning we went to Amoudi Bay, a beautiful place with beautiful water. In the afternoon we decided to take a boat trip which was a real adventure. We chose the option that cost less and that included a tour of an hour and a half to the volcanic island of Nea Kameni and then half an hour to that of Palea Kameni, where there are sulphurous waters in which you can bathe. Unfourtenately they didn't tell us a lot of things. First we had to go to the old port of Thira to get the boat but we didn't know that there every day there are walks with donkeys. A nice experience if you are above the donkey but not if you're on foot trying to avoid their kicks and their..droppings .. (all at 1:00 pm in the afternoon, under a blazing sun). Reached the first island we thought we could swim because it was really too hot to walk (it was 2:00 pm). We got there and we discover that bathing was prohibited and that the walk to the craters (two inactive and one active) was compulsory and that we had to pay too! We found ourselves in a landscape in perfect style Mordor of the Lord of the Rings that has not particularly impressed us. An adventure indeed! ;)
Luckily the night we had a beautiful sight of the sunset from Thira and a very good fish dinner.
Old Port Thira
Sunset in Thira