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April 18, 2009

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Alisa: Ink Caravan

Wow, great post. We stayed in a troglodyte dwelling on our visit to Oia and yet I never gave the building of them a seconds thought. I was, however, happy that they are completely whitewashed. It made finding and dealing with the mosquitoes a lot faster.

amanda

These pictures are amazing...they break my heart... I dream to go to Greece one day...sigh...

josephine

i feel like i keep reading about santorini in the blogosphere. could this be a sign? :)

alis

Oh well, at least the sea is still as clear on this side of the Aegean sea. It's the amazing and pure blue and white architecture that makes the difference.. Truly breathtaking.

Hazel

thanks corine - I favourited her right away.

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