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lidoderm generic price We start the passage to Santorinia today but decide to stop in Folegandros for the evening. We anchor but the harbormaster decides we need to re-anchor since we are too close to the Ferry. He is polite and we make a point of being polite to the man with the badge. Eat aboard.
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unwanted 72 goli price We take advantage of this no-wind day to take the next leg to Santorini. Santorini, like Milos, is a volcano. The bay fills in the crater floor and the towns are built on the rim of the volcano. When I first say the island, the white stucco houses looked like snow covered ridges on the edges of a mountain range.
cost of duricef Anchoring here is a problem. There are very areas that are shallow enough to drop a hook and only one marina, much too shallow for our 3.2 meter draw. We anchor near the Red Beach near Akrotiri. (Three beaches on Santorini…Red, White and Black. None of them are very good.) A small church sits on the edge of the shore with cars parked all along the roadway. It’s Sunday and I am thinking that Santorinians are devout. It turns out that this is the entrance to the path to the Red Beach! Our good friends Olivier, Kim, Ashley and Damien LeGoubey are here in Santorini on vacation. Big wind and waves, so Marcelo decides to stay with the boat at anchor.
lumigan canada Tom and I rent a car and book massages at the Ambassador Hotel where the LeGoubeys are staying. We are all planning to meet up for a drink during the early evening after the spa. The hotel is perched on the edges of a cliff and has a tunnel to connect guests with the rooms that are cantilevered on the downward slope of the hill. We take a golf cart through the tunnel that ends at the spa entrance. Quite dramatic! We have drinks with the LeGoubeys in the dining/ bar area of the hotel and enjoy the sunset. (Every tavern, hotel and restaurant in Santorina claims it has the “best sunset”. Tough choices!) The hotel has a heliport and we watch newlyweds take a sunset helicopter ride. Fun evening, it is great fun to meet up with friends in far away places. They are all coming on the boat for a sail tomorrow.
buy malegra dxt Tom and I run a few errands and return to Akrotiri where the boat is anchored. The wind and waves have grown even wilder. We stop for a quick dinner at “The Cave of Nicholas”. Akrotiri, Santorini Tel: 2286082303 We chose this particular restaurant because of a kindness. An elderly man from here came out to help me climb out of the dinghy onto the dock in a pitching sea. It is late night and he is not here but Adonis, our waiter, is pleasant and serves us some fabulous meatballs. I start to worry about my dinghy re-entry for the trip home. Kindness is a Greek thing, I guess. Adonis offers a helping hand as I move from the quay into the dinghy. My left foot is standing on the tire hanging off the dock as the dinghy rises two to three feet with each wave. The shout comes “Now” to match my stepping back with the boat’s rising. I do step but fall on top of poor Marcelo. Nothing is broken but my pride.
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restasis eye drops price in canada It’s 10:30 and Kim, Olivier, Ashley and Damien are in the dinghy on the way out to the boat. The sea has calmed during the night and there is a light wind. With the wind on our nose, we power into Santorini Bay and follow the arc of the Bay to see the island from the sea, including the hotel where the LeGoubey’s are staying. We sunbathe, discuss books and film, have a lunch of fruit and cheese and Marcelo’s great avocado salad, and a flat sail back with just the jib. What a beautiful family! What a great day!
priligy uk nhs We return late afternoon with a plan to regroup at the Ambassador and then drive to the town of Oia for dinner at Katharos Lounge / Meza Bar (Katharos Beach Oia, Santorini 84702 M/6970 966 754 Email: email@example.com. The drive takes us from one end of the island to the other with dramatic scenic views and winding hillside climbs past black and white volcanic rock. Olivier is driving in the lead car, an Audi A3, and Tom, Marcelo and I are in our little Hundyai that struggles to keep up. The restaurant is just on the other side of Oia and on the sea. The food is meza-style and more gourmet than typically Greek. Delicious! Great conversation and shared philosophies.
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crestor 10 mg price It is our last day in Santorini. Tom and Marcelo hope to play tennis this morning but the court is host to a youth tennis clinic. Next item on our agenda is a visit to the Boutari Winery in Megalachori (traditional village).
ponstel canada We have enjoyed many a Santorini white wine and Boutari is the biggest winery on the island. There is a tour of the facility and an American family joins us. We notice a Red Sox hat and the conversation begins. Alec Kotopoulos, his wife and twin daughters, lived in Massachusetts but are now residents of San Antonio, Texas. Alec works at Praxis Advisors in Marketing. Daughters are sophomores in high school and miss their Massachusetts routes. They plan a visit to Maine next fall and we encourage a stop at our house.
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megalis 10 mg price in india Dinner at Skala was enjoyable. The view was great and the food, especially the cheese pie and my stuffed calamari. Marcelo’s almond pie was the winner in the dessert category. Tom and my shared fondant was not even a close second. After dinner we shop, Tom buys a shirt at “Bloose” and Marcelo and I buy chocolate treats for the boat at a beautiful bakery. There is a music festival tonight and we stand in the town square with a couple hundred others to enjoy a new age style Greek presentation in front of a beautiful church with a mosaic of the Virgin with outstretched arms. We wander into the Atlantis Books, a fun cave-like bookstore that is surprisingly well stocked…and near the bakery! Oia is posh and perfect.