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... Perfect population... almost no one compared to the horrendous masses in Kos Harbor. Once the anchor dropped, Jacques and Marina went below to fix lunch, and Denise, now wear-ing her swim suit, excited said: "Robin, aren't you hot? Don't you want to swimming. Don't you want to 'dippy-pooo' ", she said anxiously waiting for my reply. "No, I am not hot, and thank you for the offer, but no thank you", I said sweetly. I then watched her descend and ascend the ladder ...
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 ...
... by reading the signs did not good. "Which way to airport.... you see?" Jacques asked as we were out of town on a fairly deserted road. "No Jacques, I do not see. All the signs are Greek to me...." I replied. I thought they might have a little drawing of an airplane..... but no such luck. I watched Jacques maneuver on all there unmarked, country roads, until we found a couple of traffic circles in the middle of no one.....why?.... We went through the first ...
... lines for all the washings that had to be dried. By lunch time she had completed 8 loads of washing/drying. While waiting for each washing/drying to complete.... she was remaking all the beds with fresh sheets, and adorning each bath with a new set of towels. Marina was a whirlwind of constant movement. As the day progressed, she took time out to make lunch, as Jacques returned with the 2nd car load of stuff. (My gosh -- I do not know where all this is going to go.... but ...
... to have been under oligarchic government. In the 5th century, it joined the Delian League, and, after the revolt of Rhodes, it served as the chief Athenian station in the south-eastern Aegean (411–407). In 366 BC, a democracy was instituted. In 366 BC, the capital was transferred from Astypalaia to the newly built town of Kos, laid out in a Hippodamian grid. After helping to weaken Athenian power, in the Social War (357-355 BC), it fell for a few years to the king Mausolus of ...