The McGill’s Santorini getaway: Mediterranean vacation spot, or volcanic hotspot of death?

So, you know that we’re going to Santorini in May. Well, Santorini is actually a caldera of a
relatively active volcano, and has seen an increase of earthquake activity over the last year: (http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2012/01/eruption-update-for-january-30-2011-popocatepetl-santorini-el-hierro-etna-grimsvotn/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+wiredscience+(Blog+-+Wired+Science)).What you may not know is that the last time this volcano truly erupted, it destroyed a good deal of the Minoan civilization, who some believed to be none other than the fabled Atlantis.

So, a poll. How many think the McGill’s vacation will be seriously dampened by the massive explosion of an ancient volcano that destroyed the mythological civilization of Atlantis? And, if so. How many think our traveller’s insurance will cover it?

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3 thoughts on “The McGill’s Santorini getaway: Mediterranean vacation spot, or volcanic hotspot of death?

  1. I’m sure (s)he’ll have to hire lawyer’s to prove it! Remember, when it comes to insurance companies your guilty until proven innocent.

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