Asdem Park Hotel
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... my wish for making a better world is to have dedicated smoking spots everywhere and a cigarette butt that sticks to the smoker so they cannot drop their "stompies" to spoil the countryside for the rest of us to see.
There were not as many flames as I had expected. Some of the chimneys were smoke tinged but not flaming. Perhaps they hadn't paid their gas bill?
It was fun watching the assortment of people who ...
... beach and spent the day in and out of the water, staring into the waves like a crazy person. I wanted to memorize the shifts in blues, greens, and silvers. I wanted to put this place in a safe little room deep down in my brain to access later in the year when I need a breather. Calling it my Happy Place is not descriptive for the brilliant Mediterranean calm. That's it! It's my Brilliant Calm. Breathe into the Brilliant Calm, sister. At dinner, the ...
... dark wood and high mildewed ceilings in the old part of town. My room was guarded by two mannequins dressed in traditional clothing. They didn't freak me out at all. The next day I decided to meet Peri and her friends in Kas, so I got to rest for a few hours on an air conditioned mini bus. Boring! But here are some pictures from that ...
... dark for 40 minutes we arrived at the site,were given torches and told to walk up the mountain for 20 minutes. Like doing the thousand steps without the well formed steps and in the dark. When we arrived the flames, although an interesting phenomenon were a bit like sitting around campfires. Still, glad we saw it.
Received more sad news. Our beautiful pet pooch, Ziggy has passed away. The house won't be the same without her.
... Russian mafia come up here to eliminate the competition?
On the way back down we ride through a narrow ravine. There is an old stone arched bridge and another strange restaurant built out over the ravine stream supported on very fragile looking poles.
Another trip down to the wifi cafe for cappuccino rounds out the day. Tomorrow we head north back towards Greece.