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Get sick of saying another fantastic morning with glassy seas but that is what it is as we approach Bodrum for an anchor drop at 7.30am. State of Origin day so I will need to find free wifi to listen to the game. After breakfast we took the tender into port and then on the advice of the ships receptionist pay the 7 euro to get a cab into town. The plan is to go to a secluded beach on the other side of the peninsular for a chill out day. We pay the cab a very reasonable ...
... data network and we were ready to cast off at 10 am. The start of the trip out of Symi is always somewhat of a challenge because of the many fowled anchors ( this time no problems) followed shortly thereafter with a short voyage through a passage between Symi and a neighboring islet where the clear blue water is only 4 meters deep and the bottom appears to touch our keel which draws 2 meters. We tried to sail for about 15 minutes when the ...
Although it's mountainous terrain makes it a popular rock climbing destination, Kalymnos is best know for its history of sponge divers. This was also the place where we listened to a political speech (we think) taking place in the harbour square outside our hotel. Plastic chairs for everyone, candy floss, music..... It was incredibly loud and chaotic. Everyone who lives on the island must have been there. Then it was over. Everyone left and it was ...
... temptations to buy were fruitless. We made our way through the narrow streets of shops on our way back to catch the ferry. Everywhere were clothes and shoes with designer labels. Not a nice tacky t-shirt in sight. Did buy a little flag and a pillow cover that would be perfect for the boat but Jim left the bag on the conveyer belt at customs. And the chances of it ever finding its rightful owner (us) between Turkey and Greece? Not so good. But at least we've been to ...
... just feels wrong! At the entrance to the harbour stands the castle of Kos, built by the Knights of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, who captured the island in 1314 and held it until 1522, when it fell to the Turks. Hippocrates, the father of medicine, is believed to have been born on the island of Kos. Measuring 40 by 8 km, Kos was the perfect island to explore by car for a ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool