Kiotari Beach Apartments
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After dinner last night we went to the port to find out about boat trips. Lovely young Greek girl with very good English and almost no accent, told us to go Discovery as she didn't do trips to Lindos. Got to Discovery and spoke to a lovely young man with an American accent who is also Greek, who told us all about the trip and the boat.
Three stories high with 31 sun beds on the top deck. Usually 250 people but at this time of year only about 100. You can only book ...
... go to the lake and monastery; a 3 hr. ride. This is a very interesting place. Lots of dogs and cats, rescued by Dimitri. They really love and care for the animals. The horses are Arabians and my guide is Emelia. She is 18 and Dimitri is a father figure for her. He asks me, while I am out with her to give her some guidance from one who has lived a long time and had many experiences. This should be interesting!! We have ...
... we visited today, Mona Skiadi, located in the far southwest of the island and about as far away from the historically populated parts of Rhodes as possible. Oh, and then up an insanely serpentine road clinging to a knife's edge in order to rise high up a canyon (with a damned nice view of the sea, too).
There are always surprises at the monasteries. Here at Skiadi the main attraction was a painting of the Virgin Mary (virgins have been big business for ...
... relative comfort, at least in late June. Late July and all of August might be a different story. Our schedule, though, required an 1100 arrival so we knew we were going to be fighting through the crowds. Our number one approach to this kind of situation is to climb up as high as possible as quickly as possible in the hopes of leaving any stragglers behind, a sort of thinning of the herd, as it were.
Alas, nobody visiting Lindos on this day was to be deterred ...
... ride to the rental office was a delight, though, as we got the chance to discuss present-day Greek politics with a very friendly young man driving a cool Mercedes. One thing that is very interesting about travel in Greece is that everyone, even the old people, speak some English and most speak a lot of English, making it a very easy place to get around. The young man driving the taxi offered sentiments that were consistent with virtually every other analysis ...