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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Friday, 25 May 2007
Thursday, 24th – Friday, 25th May:

Well I wanted to chill and relax for the last two week days I am here in Santorini, so I really just had lie-ins, late(ish) breakfasts, and simply laid out in the sun listening to music. Hard life I know!

When I got peckish, I simply walked into town, had my usual Frappa in the Café I have become a “regular” frequenter, and getting served by a very nice lady – although she could seem slightly happier to see me after the 7th or 8th time I’ve been there (she knew my drink, and the way I like it, just didn’t seem to smile at all)!! Seriously, I’ve noticed she doesn’t really smile that much too any customer at all. Hmmm but she was pretty 'charming' all the same!! :o)

Anyway, usually managed to grab a quick bite to eat at some of the Taverna’s in town, okay not really a quick lunch, but good quality and reasonably priced lunch. Also, gave me a chance to sit down and watch the world go by from the roof terraces – always interesting to get a different viewpoint on what goes on in the streets beneath you!

I then got chatting to some US tourists (yes ladies) in one of the Bars in the town, nothing too special to note, just was interested to find out more about them - yes nothing more than this!!

Went back to the hotel, and finished writing the postcards that I started a few days back, and then finally got round  to sending them!


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