Travel Blogs from Pátmos, Greece

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Cruise - Patmos, Skala, Greece travel blog

Cruise - Patmos

A travel blog entry by royelinda

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Berthed at the port of Skala on the island of Patmos, disembarked around 7am, for a site seeing tour. Permanent population of Patmos is 2500, in 13sq km. We drove towards Chora the administrative centre of Patmos on the way we stopped for scenic shots, ...

Patmos, Pátmos, Greece travel blog

Patmos

A travel blog entry by ecirpnek

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Patmos was OK but we made the mistake of taking another excursion when we would have preferred some free time. It has a nice harbour and it was interesting to see the ship anchoring. We had to board tenders to get to the island much like ...

Lesbos and Patmos, Greece (Nov 13 and 14), Pátmos, Greece travel blog

Lesbos and Patmos, Greece (Nov 13 and 14)

A travel blog entry by cjbishop

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Tale of two stops.... Weather report: Sunny for Lesbos, showers on Patmos. Temperatures perfect. Lesbos, Greece: Third largest Greek island with 11 MILLION olive trees. What I would like to know is who counted them?? What everyone needs to know ...

Thursday 13 June Patmos, Skala, Greece travel blog

Thursday 13 June Patmos

A travel blog entry by lyndsay57

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For those that are interested, yes, I did stop for a Dr Fish treatment last night. It involves having your feet washed by a lovely Greek maiden, then sitting for 20 minutes with your feet in a fish tank while the 100 little fish in the tank nibble away ...

Friday 14 June, Skala, Greece travel blog

Friday 14 June

A travel blog entry by lyndsay57

Last night we had to wait for our ferry till around midnight. After fighting the crowd, stowing our luggage and then some mix up with cabins (they had me sharing with Irene Pleffer) I got to my cabin about 12:20 am. Small but I have it to myself and I ...

Turkey and Patmos, Pátmos, Greece travel blog

Turkey and Patmos

A travel blog entry by karina.evans93

Today we were in Turkey more specifically Kusadasi. I chose to go to Ephesus. Ephesus is an ancient city that was buried naturally and is slowly being excavated. At the moment only about 15-20% of the city has been recovered. We got shown by a tour guide ...

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