Travel Blogs from Rhodes
... home the next day. Air pressure on the plane..
The altitude must have caused it to explode- ouch.
It turned into a horrible multitude of blisters, and it took me so long to recover, but luckily leaving no scars.
This seems to be the memory of Greece that sticks in my mind the most- OUCH!
Disclaimer: The information I am putting in these blogs may or may not be 100% accurate. It is based on what I heard (or what I think I heard) and what I remember! Rhodes is really called "Rodos (pronounced "row dose") by the locals. It is the 4th largest Greek island. Winter population is about 120,000 while in summer it doubles because of its weather and beaches so tourism is an important part of their economy. They ...
Lying at the eastern end of the Aegean Sea Rhodes is the fourth largest Greek Island. Geologically similar to the Turkish mainland, it was probably once a part of it, separated by one of the frequent volcanic upheavals this region has experienced.
Strategically located the island of Rhodes has played an important role in history and was for many years once of the most popular vacation spots in the Mediterranean. Having lived under the control of ...
A beautiful morning dawned as Constellation docked at Rhodes, Greece, the largest of the islands in this area of the Aegean Sea. We are but a few miles from the coast of Turkey and it is important to remember that the Greeks and Turks do not get on with each other, something that has persisted for centuries. My Turkish Lira is of no value here; Greeks use the Euro.
This is a walled medieval city with ...
Saiamüüja ringutab hommikul alles rõdul.
Mõjub pisut hirmutavalt, kui hiiglaslik Diagoras manööverdab Symi miniatuurses sadamas. Saar kaob kiirelt aegade hämusse ja maakera kumeruse taha.
Rhodese sadamas pakub rolleril vanamees tuba, aga ma lehvitan vastuseks tiibu ja kulutan aja ära hommikusöögi peale varemete keskel. Orienteerun netist pähe õpitud kaardi järgi uue turuni ja ...
- Swimming pool