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... cream cones, boat-to-boat!
The kids got their fill of the Ringo (tube) riding - with Adam pulling them around for about 2 hours. We fished (caught nothing), and got many pics of the kids, Ryan and Kristy jumping off the top deck of the boat. It was a peaceful, fun, beautiful cove, and a great relaxing way to spend the last full day.
... are a little lower to the ground, have chairs, and have a roof. After a while of driving on the pavement my dad went crazy and started going up a mountain. Unfortunately he was in front so we had to follow him. After a few minutes. We had lost track of dad. Finally we found him standing outside his car and when we got to him he said that his car had broken down. After 30 minutes of waiting we fixed his car and got back on the road. It was ...
... to look at. Daniel was our tourist guide for the day..... He took us to the Agora first which was right next to where we had our drink. We saw the Agora of Kos, one of the largest in the ancient world, it is among the most splendid monuments in the new city. It was approx 350 metres in length, it comprised of a central court, shops, public buildings. The earthquake in AD 142 caused extensive damage to the agora but large scale repairs and reconstruction ...
... entertained by the girls. Alice and Catherine danced and sang Katy Perry for their audience of six, introducing the ancient theater to this modern songstress. After our stop in Knidos, we headed onward to Bodrum, where we would stop for two nights.
Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:
One day on the yacht my parents decided that we should go and see some ruins that you could only get to by boat. ...
We had arranged to meet our sailing friends Bas and Margreet den Hartog (S/Y Bright Side) in a bay on the southern tip of Leros called Xerocampus. We left Patmos early, as we were not sure of the exact rendez vous time, and sailed for part of the trip (20 miles)until the wind died down and we got impatient. This turned out to be unnecessary as we arrived before midday and Bright Side just after 4PM. Drinks on board of Bright Side were followed ...