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... nice I guess. It is very popular with British tourists. We treated ourselves to a dinner out in a "family home" with husband, wife and children all running it. We had the table for two on a tiny Juliet balcony.
One of the customs is that people come around in small boats selling all sorts of wares. After leaving Kalkan we passed the seven capes to anchor near Gemiler Adasi (Adasi means Island). Just as we were stressing about where to ...
After a chill night and yet another beautiful meal we enjoy yet more sleep... It's holidays after all! Finally late at night Tom, Amy and gorgeous Asher arrived and get settled. We sit up with some wine until late, it's still so warm. We wake late the following morning and head out for lunch. The food is amazing as always. We ordered iced coffee, beer and ouzo all at once (when ...
Late at night Bridget and I finally arrive in Rhodes. An island which sits closer to Turkey than the mainland of Greece. It is a beautiful 32 degrees with a light breeze. People are everywhere even though it's midnight. All businesses are open and people fill the streets on the warm evenings. The taxi pulls up at the entrance of the old town, a cobblestone mini city inclosed by a medieval castle wall. We grab our bags and make our way through the ...
A day on the road at Rhodes !!! Alan organized a fleet of taxis to transport us round the main points of interest in Rhodes - which are few. Basically a look at where the Collusus once stood, a trip down to Lindos with its Acropolis, via a ceramic place, and back up to the main city via Faliraki. It was pleasant and relaxing, the taxis were quite expensive (200€ each for 4 hours), our driver was nice but after Lindos on the return trip there wasn't much commentary. Liam was ...
... around the old town and walked around the old fort.
We didn’t really have enough time to do the full museum bit although it did look interesting and well presented.
The harbour below was jammed with yachts and other tourist boats with names like “Jolly Roger” and “White Whale”.
There were tattoo parlours on most streets. The Bazaar was huge and consisted of a maze of undercover ...