Denise Apartments

Kefalos, Kefalos, Dodecanese, Greece | Condo
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A travel blog entry by alma9000 on Jul 30, 2014

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Migraine day. Slept in the cabin until there was only enough time left to go out to Kos, hurry to the beach ans have a dip, go back again. There was dance music and bars at the beach. On the way there we passed hundreds of shops. It was boring. I don't mind not having had more time on Kos. Except for the fact you can rent a bike there. That might have taken us far ...


A travel blog entry by tonyjules on Jul 16, 2014

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... for Jules and Small. Safety at the Sharp End for me!! Useful insight into how things can go wrong usually the result of non-technical failure. Some great examples given especially in the aircraft world where things are investigated very thoroughly indeed. Lunch was had back on the boat, usual fare spiced up with Tuna and Stuffed Vine Leaves. Yummy. Then back to the beach for some more sun therapy. I note with some glee that the weather in the The UK is ...

Knidos to Çökterme

A travel blog entry by tonyjules on Jul 09, 2014

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A long (in nautical terms) trip of some 35 nautical miles. We set off early (for a holiday) at around 9:30. A long three hours motoring at around 5 knots saw us to lunch time. The by now usual salad with bread and fresh fruit. Then the wind arrived a gentle force 3-4 on a very broad reach. 6.2 knots registered in a wonderful swell. Surfing down the waves was lovely. ...


A travel blog entry by tonyjules on Jul 09, 2014

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Well. Where to start with this amazing place We moored up in the middle of a Roman ruin. Opposite a 5000 seater amphitheatre with old walls and fortifications all around us. The harbour is sort of doubled with a West entrance and an East entrance, both clearly fortified so both must have been used by the passing Romans. We were staying in the East harbour which ...


A travel blog entry by surban on Jul 02, 2014

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From Rhodes, we took an enormous greek ferry to our last Greek stop, Kos. Here we stayed at a beach resort, so we had better access to the beach than the other islands. We visited Greek ruins, hiked, swam and drove up into the mountains. Winds and choppy seas cancelled our day trip to Bodrum, Turkey and limited the other sailing day trips that were available. But it was such a nice place, we still had a really good ...