Aphrodite Beach Hotel
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... So narrow that there was a dear old Turkish lady in front of us and we could not get past. Ian hops out of the car and escorts her up the hill and into her house - we figured that it must have been her flashy leopard skin pants that attracted him! Our problems are not ended we cannot find a way off the narrow track...we pass laughing children and astonished villagers as I finally put Tom Tom on to try and help. Turn left, turn right...good we seem ...
... intact and put in the museum. The one floor from the house of a poet, Menandes, was unique because of the inclusion of masks of comedic characters. They also had statuary and pottery there.
After the museum we went to the Castle of Mytilini. This is one of the largest castles in the Mediteranean. Construction was started in the 400's A.D. It was completed in the 1400's by a genoese family, ...
... and right before our appetisers arrived there was a very loud "bang". An elderly man had fallen a few tables away from us. I went to check of he was okay - he had been walking to his table when his knew gave way and the "bang" was his head hitting a nearby table during the fall. He was bleeding from a laceration on his ear and was developing a large haematoma, but luckily he hadn't ...
Having sailed through the night, we sailed into the Port of Mytilene (Mitilini), Nisos Lesbos, a part of Greece, at around 7:30am. Due to the limited depth of the port and the size of our ship, we had to anchor outside of the harbour. To alight and go into the City of Mytilene, we had to utilise the safety boats to make our way to land. This is called the "Tendering Process" to the coast.
Mytilene is a small coastal city of around ...
... is a large room of orange yelling at the screen, with one family cheering for Costa Rica. Still nil all, will find out tomorrow who won by the happy or unhappy Dutch guests. As it is a Dutch company their win is expected. Good night, tomorrow is the port of Kusadasi, we are sharing our private tour with the two priest we met, Father James and Father ...