Meagan and I found a sweet spot while Kelsey and Ruth were over a few hotels from us lounging on a different roof. Meagan and I were in our spot for about 10 min, and came to the conclusion that exploring the the island hotel spots would be warmer than getting wind whipped. After ogling some more over the island hot spots we came across an almost perfect roof and plunked down to enjoy the bits of sun rays. I think we were there for about 30 min when this man walked over to us and goes "Hello ladies, I live in this house behind you and saw you sitting out here. I thought you might like something to drink, so I brought you these. Enjoy the sunshine! And enjoy Greece!" And with that he handed us each a glass of orange pop. We just stared at each other with the sappiest and creepiest smiles on our faces and told the man "thank you soooo much!" We were over come with emotion on what a nice gesture that was. Ps. It was delicious! I think that made a huge impact on my experience in Greece because that was the nicest gesture I have ever had on a trip. I love Greece!
We didn't see anything we wanted but since the old man selling the baked goods was adorable and really nice we purchased a chocolate croissant. HE EVEN WARMED IT UP! It was nommy, and I barely saved any of it for my tea when we returned to our hostel.
Before dinner, Meagan, Kelsey and I ran to a hotel in the town and sat on a roof top to watch our last Santorini sunset for the trip. We had the best time chatting, laughing and talking about things girls talk about when the setting is majestic and there are a lot of emotions happening. SO just a really wonderful deep conversation from 3 girls who never knew each other existed 3 months prior.
Conversation ended, Meagan ran away from the cat. I began laughing (as I do with anything), and Kelsey began getting overly excited about the cat. She even picked up the cat, who's claws were fully extended at this point....she tried to snuggle it. It did not like that.
We decided to take a few more photos and then Meagan was all welcoming of the cat, which is weird because she loathes them. Then she saw it's battle wound on it's back and that was the beginning and the end of Meagan the cat lover. *a moment of silence please.*
The stages of Meagan and the cat...
Andddddd Kelsey could care less....
One big happy family!
As dinner was winding down I found myself enjoying the music in the restaurant and therefore I began dancing in my seat. Well, the waiter saw this and he came scampering over and goes "Ah you like this? You like to dance?" I replied with a bashful "Oh yeah, you know *insert Katie shoulder dancing here*" He proceeded to get his phone out and show me and my friends the traditional greek dance that is performed at ceremonies. Kelsey insisted he teach me how to dance, and I insisted she shut her mouth before he actually considered that. Luckily he didn't. Phewww. He was a super lovely waiter though. We chatted to him a lot, he even invited us out to go clubbing with him that note, we all said that would be fun, but in the back of our minds we all knew that we'd rather sleep and pack our stuff up than go out. We didn't tell him that though. :)