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Travel Blogs from Pátmos
... for some time at an outside cafe drinking beer and smoking a cigar to watch the world go by. A well-fed dog wondered about and sat on the main road without a care in the world, knowing that all the vehicles would stop for him.
I walked 3.6 miles today.
... have received his vision of fire and brimstone and dictated the Book of Revelation.
We saw The Holy Cave of the Apocalypse where St. John lived and worked.
We had lunch on the boat and walked around the small town where the boat is docked.
The weather continues to be great as well as the ...
... and you can tell that it is handmade because as you walk from one end of the rug to the other you can see the colors shift from light to dark. This man had someone bring us Turkish apple tea, he said it is a Turkish tradition to offer guests this tea. It was very HOT so we could barely hold it, let alone drink it. He said it is served hot, so people have to stay and talk longer. Then he went into high pressure sales mode. When we attempted ...
... just letting the day take us and see what happens. We ended up in a bay and chatted for at least an hour with just us and the water. The water here is still cold. The dinner on the waterfront was very nice and quiet. It is very beautiful there.
The next morning, we woke up and took our scooter up the hill 4 KM to the church of the Revelations. This is also a cave and I think this is the spot where the book of Revelations was written. It ...