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It's Like Ocean's 11...


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On the Monday, most of our guests were leaving. Some were returning straight home, others were taking advantaged of their forced holiday and were continuing to travel. For example, Hazel & Mike were heading off to Crete to explore there, so we gave them a lift to the airport where we bade them "bon voyage".

We meant for the final time with our wedding planner. It was the little matter of paying the bill and collecting our photos and wedding certificate. Everything had gone perfectly, and I would not have any hesitation in recommending using the wedding planner, if anyone is getting married in Santorini. Just be careful when getting a CNI in Australia!

That night, we met up with my family for the final time in Santorini. We enjoyed a pleasant dinner in a Greek taverna, where the "highlight" was plate smashing. We were hoping that we would get to chuck plates around, but sadly it was limited to staff and little kids only. Pity, I fancied seeing how far I could throw one like a frisbee. Although my family were leaving on the Tuesday, they had requested that I did not go to the airport to see them off.

It was as we were driving away (after the compulsory wheelspin) that I said to Heather that the uniqueness of the holiday and wedding was such that it was a genuine once in a lifetime experience, as we are never likely to get that many people together at the same time again. Sniff, sniff...

Posted by jefranklin 10:37 Archived in Greece

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