Santorini's caldera coast has some of the most beautiful views in the world. The 3-kilometer walk between Imerovigli and Fira looks down on the western side of the island, and out across the vast caldera created by the eruption of Thera in 1627BC. An arc of houses, shops, restaurants, and tourists gather from April to October, arriving by fast and slow ferries and planes. We took a fast ferry, which turned out to have engine trouble and became a slow ferry.
We are going to miss our new friends, and will try to stay in touch. It's been great to be with ten other Americans who care about traveling and learning. Those are values we hope we don't lose in the coming years.
To see all the photos taken today, click on Saturday, May 13th, Santorini, Greece.