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Travel Blogs from Faliraki
Very beautiful old city and ruins. 300 days of sunshine a year. Visited the Knights of St John castle. We have now visited the 7 wonders of the Ancient Greek and Roman world without really trying! Very warm day again but moderately cooler at 31 than they had 3 days ago - 47c. Sailed to Symi this afternoon, a very beautiful town with colourful houses perched on the side of the harbour. Had to have a banana ...
We knew going in that Lindos was something of a tourist trap but often that is for a reason, meaning it's a great site. And Lindos is a great site but considering the touristic feel and battles with throngs of other visitors it needs to be approached with care. Generally speaking here, if you are able to arrive first thing in the morning, or delay your visit to a major site until the latest practical arrival hour you can still enjoy the richness of these great ...
I chew the human to bits and then swallow the bits of flesh floating under the water. I swim under the water searching for more stuff to eat. As I swim across the large expanse of water I run into a few submarine mines and they explode the moment I hit them burning my flesh, but the mines don't kill me so I swim to the surface to regain some of my health by eating another unlucky person. Out of nowhere a huge great white shark swims out of the depths of ...
... heard previously, that the Greek people resent being forced by major international banks to be required to work like fiends in order to produce riches for the wealthy masters. That is not the Greek way, we've been told again and again. Truly, we've heard this over and over and also met young people living far from the homes that they yearn for in an effort to earn enough money for their families to survive in this new European (economic) Union reality.
... walked up the city's historic Street of Knights. In the town's Middle Ages heyday this is where arriving noblemen would find welcome and lodging depending on their affiliated "tongues". Meaning, those French knights be welcomed and find housing at the French house, the Germans in the German house and so on. Walking the street was enjoyable and one does get a feel for the history of the place, but we were most impressed by a little turn-off we made while walking up ...
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