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mastichas09

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We had lunch right on the beach!! Salad with tomaortos, feta, olives, sun dried tomato, capers and dakos! It was so excellent and my favorite part was that I could dip right into the water after. Nothing like that type of luxury

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HeartSantorini

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Wow, the food is so simple, delicious, and beautiful on Santorini. It looks absolutely amazing, thank you for sharing!
 
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k_tsoukalas

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This looks delicious. The Santorini tomatoes are special, I can see why they are the star ingredient in this salad!
 

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