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... become very hot and we were very thirsty so we came back to the ship ready for the 2pm sailing. The ship sailed for 3 hours before docking at a small island called Symi where some of the passengers were attending a feast.
Tomorrow we go to Mykonos and then on Friday we return to Greece and we will be picked up at the dock and taken to Athens Airport for our flight to Rome. So the next time we update the blog we will probably be in Rome.
... to our hotel (they have a family house and car in Rhodes). May I say at this point finding our hotel was a bit of an adventure because we knew the name of our hotel but did not have the address. Let us say Susie and Michael were very patient and we eventually found our hotel. Checked in to our and went to visit cousin Anna at the Tate Gallery. We thought this would be a quick hello. Big mistake two hours later ...
Hannah and Owen had jumped ship the night before, seeking cold air and comfortable sleep courtesy of Mr Dim. We said goodbye to Andy and Sabine with hugs and plans to meet in a few months in Thailand, then took a small yellow taxi to Fethiye to board the ferry from Turkey to Greece. Another passport stamp and an exit from Turkey, heading for Greece. We stood on the back of the boat with the smokers and crossed the bay we had crossed so ...
... their photos, then switch places or change poses, meanwhile completely blocking the view for anyone else who wants to take a photo. It’s being done more and more these days, especially as cell phone photography becomes more popular. I really hate those jerks. [End rant]
Our excursion included a buffet lunch at a seaside resort that was so fancy that each hotel unit had its own individual swimming pool.
... of the town. In Rhodes, the hospitallers have been replaced by the restauranteurs; there must be 500 tavernas in the old town. And, every restaurant owner is out on the streets/alleys trying to entice you in. In between the restaurants are just as many souvenir shops! We stopped for coffee (of course) at a place that was off the main drags; at €7.40 for two coffees it was probably a bit of a rip off, but it was ...