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At first we thought it was yet another inaccessible church (locals tell us there were many wealthy sailors on the island, who gave thanks by erecting churches on their property). But then we found a well-maintained road, leading up from the sea.

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Check out this architecture:

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And the view from above:

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So that’s where we stand. We’ve got some helpers trying to figure out the name of the church and whom to contact for more info.

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  1. Is this still Oia?? Did you ride donkeys up there? 🙂

  2. It’s still Oia, on the East Side! Didn’t ride donkeys but we had a four wheeler. You can take the man out of Channelview, but…..

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