Blue Bay Hotel
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... The church was built in the name of John the Evangelist who was exiled there for 18 months in 95AD. From here we went down to a cave called The Grotto of the Apocalypse, where John lived and supposedly received the visions which he recorded and are known as The Book of Revelation. No photos allowed in the chapel or at the Grotto. Paul and I left the tour bus (I needed a bit of a breather after all of this!!) and walked down via the old ...
... how sexist the practices of many religions are, but of course we respect them…in their houses.
There were some very old books in the monastery's museum, including one of the oldest, dating from 500 AD. All books were delicately and meticulously handwritten. We saw artwork from the time (baby Jesus looked like a very old man in the face, with a giant forehead), and extravagant walls of ...
Anne, the fearless, said she wouldn't take us into, or let us venture into the narrow little back lanes of this island - she said we would never find our way out again. Oh she of little faith but apparently some experience. The lanes were built to confuse the pirates and enemies of old and it is a rabbit warren apparently. Maybe she is just a wise tour guide ...
... alcoholics past the bottle shop and telling them not to go in! Anyway, we made it to the monastery, saw the relics and the icons and had half an hour to explore the museum and meet the guide down near the main square .... Well it was a quick museum trip for nearly all of the group and some 'therapy' was had by all on the way down to the square.
We then went to the Cave of Revelation where God chose to reveal to an ...
Leros is a very small island in the Dodecanese. We took a ferry there from Athens and it took about 11 hours. We arrived at 4.30am, grabbed a freshly baked croissant from a bakery that was open and then drove to a hill, and we all slept in the car until it was time to check in to our hotel.
My Nanny and Poppy came and met us in Leros and we stayed at a really nice hotel for nine nights. We swam in the pool everyday. Because ...