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Saturday, 24 June 2006



YAY ! Another wonderful entry into the graciously told story of "Honeymoon 2004." And that fight sounds scary and exciting and wonderfully international.



That water looks absolutely amazing! (as does the rest of greece - and the food.) I hope movings not too much of a pain in the butt and you get settled soon!

Boots in the Oven

Thanks, you guys!

Amanda, the food in Greece is wonderful - and very vegetarian-friendly, since apparently each restaurant always wants to be able to feed a visiting monk (and the monks are often on vegetarian fasts).

We're not actually moving until the beginning of August, but we're still pretty stressed out about clearing out the house and figuring out what we want to keep in storage and what we don't want to keep at all.



We also visited Santorini two years ago! It was an amazing journey! I'll never forget that vacations! Santoriini - is a very beatiful island! We stayed at the Grotto Villas. Some time earlier my parents have spend unforgettable holidays at Grotto Villas. That is why we've chosen it too.

Boots in the Oven


Santorini is beautiful indeed - I've never seen anything quite like it. I am glad you had a good time there. Next, time, definitely go to Naxos also - it is beautiful and not nearly as crowded, especially outside of Hora.


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