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... wheeled trolley, and quickly headed back to the boat. The temperature was beginning to rise, and the breeze once again had sub-sided, so the sooner we left the harbor the better. As Milena started her engines, it seemed like several other boats had the same idea. Just as our anchor was pulled, there were two large turkish gullets vying for our space, a small "whale-like" comical tourist glass bottom boat, and a rude 35-foot sailboat that just had to get in front of us. Exiting ...
Woke up early to see the sun rising as we approached Turkey. Went on shore for a Diane and Tony tour which involves walking, taxis and getting lost but you see all the good stuff. Stumbled on a Turkish bath house and experienced the real deal. A massage to remember. Bodrum is beautiful and very hot, hunting for shade all the time. Back on the ship and heading to Santorini tomorrow ...
... two times, until not finding any signage help, Jacques sped out on the road most travelled. Finally we found it -- it was right in front of us. Parking the car and walking up to the airport, which was not very big, I was astounded at the masses of people waiting in lines outside the airport, to checked in. There must have been at least 200 people waiting outside the doors of the 'Departures'. Jacques and I went into the 'Arrivals' and grabbed a seat. At this point there ...
... all finds a place, and is hidden from sight). Jacques made us an onion torte for lunch, to accompany Marina's Greek salad. As we sat down to this delicious lunch, both Jacques and Marina looked be-draggled, h - o - t, drained of energy, and worn out...... and they were not done yet. But...... it was now siesta time...re-cooping the energy necessary for both of these lovely people to continue. Me? I spent my time, reading and blogging... because both of them emphatically ...
... persons. The heat and humidity were very high, as we walked back to the harbor -- hopefully to find a cool breeze Grand Marnier and Turkish coffee, was not accompanied by a cool breeze. It was not accompanied by anything, not a breath of air -- The only thing with us was the sound a huge NightClub drum beat booming. As we said goodnight -- I listened to the nightclub for about a half hour, before I fell asleep , under the bright port lights of Kos Harbor. nite nite..... ...