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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Saw Mykonos and it's lights glide past at 2.00 am when we got up to look out our balcony! Slept well and awoke at 5.30 to see the sunrise over Patmos as we dropped anchor. Buffet breakfast on the stern deck and onto a tender to the little port. Here we boarded the bus and up to St.John's Monastary atop the highest hill on the island. Built like a fortified castle to repel pirates about the 10th century the monks could pour boiling oil down ...
... as we get back to the tiny commercial centre of Skala - the islands main port. Not a lot of time for photos before the rain lashes down again. This is a barren and dry little spot so rain is precious to the islanders - they surely should be happy with this lot.
It was a rough night at sea with the Louis Olympia not sure which way to twist or turn. Slept well though .....
... so without meaning to, I entered the church skirt less and took some nice pictures of the icons ... Also not knowing that photography is prohibited. So that's 2 No No's at once ..... Lucky for me there was yet another mass planned for later in the day, so all of my Greek Orthodox 'sins' could be forgiven. :-)
Then we went on a walking tour of the village of Chora. This is the traditional settlement and capital of ...
... and we were the early birds. Old folks dance until the wee hours along with the young and very young. We noticed a real sense of joy and community. Why do we like Ikaria? I don't know, maybe because it seems authentically small town Greek and laid back. It's a carefree, upbeat place where people watch out for one another. It is beautiful. Our relatively inexpensive hotel room is perched right over the Aegean Sea. Joanne loves watching the intensely ...
For months, whenever we sliced up one of those red baseballs from Loblaws, we've been talking about the great tomatoes we would eat on this trip. At Limniones, on a terrace above the sea, our third Greek salad. The first two were not bad, but this one exceeds expectations. The tomatoes are as crisp and sweet as the apples of childhood.*
* ... although not quite as good as Gord Laidlaw's apples, available at the ...