Akay Garden Resort
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... Today we toured the town, including its small Byzantine Museum and the Genoese Kastro (fort), with its thick walls, narrow streets, and lovingly restored hammam. On the way to get the car, Dan walked through a camp of about a thousand refugees from Syria and Afghanistan and donated to an American charity that's helping the UNHCR to house and feed them. Then we drove around the beautiful citrus growing area of Kambos, south of town.
Off to Lindos (via Athens) tomorrow.
We flew into Chios Friday evening and checked into the Grecian Castle, a comfortable hotel on the seafront. Saturday we visited a lovely old library dedicated to Chiot history and culture; then the Archeology Museum, where we saw a stone tablet with an order from Alexander the Great granting home rule to Chios along with his letter asking the Chiots to be lenient with his ...
Sunny, very warm.
Arrived at the island of Chios 8.00am later than planned due to a fairly rough voyage, but I don't believe it had any ill effects on passengers, not in our group
I awoke with quite a sore throat and thought it would be wise to rest on board than go on a 4 ...
... flight they popped Rob into business class. So he was comfortable. The also arranged assistance at Singapore and Perth. It was great to get home and see my babies. Missed them. Won't ever travel 3 months again. One bag of souvenirs lost at hotel :( Update 24th August - someone dropped our bag of souvenirs off at DSR - must be Peter and Shirley! Legends ...
... After Troy we crossed on the ferry to the Dardanelles and arrived in Anzac cove about 12:00. The bus took us from place to place. It was a very emotionally draining experience, imagining the Australian and New Zealand troops being used as canon fodder as they tried to take the heights. Damn English! The relationship between the Turks and Anzacs grew from ...