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... I can see how the population swells to 4 million over the summer months. Up through the pine and cypress forests and past some of the few remaining ancient remnants- we saw the columns from the Temple of Apollo. Continued on to Mt. Philerimos whose plateau is 1000feet above sea level. Stunning, uninterrupted views along the coastline. Here is also the Church of Our Lady, whose chapel dates from the 15th century and which was built on the remains of an old Greek temple dedicated ...
... love a bit of Athens. Crazy how the next two weeks are going to fly and before I know it I'll be on that long flight on my way to the other side of the world.
So my last two days in Lindos look something like this. Mum and I are doing the xmas craft fair in pilona tomorrow so she's been making/painting/baking like crazy. NicNic is coming along to say bye and Kimbo too. Then Sunday- we are celebrating Christmas as I'm going to miss seeing ...
... in the shop when I was trying on the pants. We had to retrace many winding paths but got back and found my camera.
Next was the castle around the main city of Rhodes, which was used by crusaders as a launching point to the holy land. There were lots of souvenir shops inside the old city walls, but the highlight for us was putting our feet in water where a certain type of fish is supposed to ...
... quickly pushed the cart past us and down to the end of the plane! We all stared at each other and muttered 'hey where's my cookie?' I guess it wasn't meant to be :( no cookies for us! The plane had started its descent. We had a terribly rough landing in Crete. I'm glad I didn't have a window seat because I probably wouldn't have liked the view! I guess one second we were still over water, then a cliff, then the runway. The plane ...
... 2,000 years ago. Ilias talked about the history a bit, and we walked around to take pictures and explore. We were there for about a hour, and headed back to the cars to continue. Andrea, Hayes, and I were all getting car sick in the van, so we switched with some of the boys and rode with Kostas for the remainder of the day.
Our next stop was Kritinia Castle, the same place we went last weekend with Kostas. Check out last week's blog post for more information about the castle. ...