Before sunset, the tour guide led us into a walk on uneven surfaces on what seemed like a labyrinth of alleyways to reach the restaurant we were having dinner that evening in Oia, Santorini. I was tired and my feet hurt so I wanted to know how far a walk it would be so I could gauge if I could still manage. My shoes were no match to the sharp stones that’s why walking for a prolonged period of time could hurt my soles and feet bones.
We stopped and entered a cute and quaint little entrance to a restaurant called Kyprida on the second floor of a traditional Greek building.
Edmund ordered a whole fish separate from what our host had ordered beforehand, but this we paid on our own.
The mussels were still frozen when they were brought to our table. We sent them back to the kitchen but when they were brought back, I found the mussels a little overcooked.
From the restaurant, we went back to our meeting place. I discovered that the restaurant was only a few steps away (like 20 steps) from the store where Edmund and I waited, but the tour guide made us go to a meeting place that was farther away and then we walked back to this spot. That was the reason why I wondered why we were walking too far to reach the restaurant. Kakainis. Masakit na pa naman ang paa ko.