Octopus or squid hanging outside.
There were fresh oranges everywhere and often they had the leaves still attached, so cute.
Cafe Insomnia – for late night coffee?
This door knocker made me think of Thing from the Addams Family
So I can’t look around the ruins of Knossos in my bathing suit, carrying my luggage and playing my guitar? Darn!
This olive tree is thousands of years old! Wow. That pillar it grew around is Roman!
This was my favourite road sign – the exclamation point. Usually it was all on it’s own with no details about what we should be watching out for. Falling rocks? Sharp turn? Livestock crossing the road? Who knows!
Greek bell tower. These were common on practically every little church.
Solar panels were on at least 80% of the roofs. Houses, apartments, hotels, everyone had one of these units.
Breakfast on the balcony in Santorini. This was a typical breakfast – sliced ham and cheese, fresh crusty bread, jam and nutella and cake.
When we first started seeing these little houses I thought they were fancy mailboxes, but actually they are shrines to the departed.
Us standing inside the ferry about to rush off before the cars. They start opening the door while they are still pulling in to the dock.
The ferry also just motors away from the dock and then the ramp goes up.