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... boys again so we let them share. Got changed and went down to see Nikos at the beach. Got my goggles and snorkel out and went looking for fishies.
Saw 4 different types.
Back for shower and pre dinner drinks and then out for dinner.
Ruth made us walk all the way back into town for a restaurant she had spotted. I had the seafood platter which was huge but unfortunately overlooked and very dry.
Woke up a bit blah. The others got up had brekkie and headed to the beach. Decided I wasn't going to get any better staying in the unit so went down for a swim. Lovely. Not as warm as the mainland but amazingly clear.
Went and saw Nikos for lunch. Back to the sun beds and David went and got my goggles. He is a good husband. Went in and found some fish to look at.
... down the road for lovely dinner, back to the supermarket for the bits we forgot before heading back to our beds. I very cleverly body planted myself on the road. Gonna have a beautiful bruise on my knee, wrist is pretty sore up to my elbow. Don't think it's broken ...
... cover ourselves in mud which supposedly was good for our skin and found on a particular beach. For anyone wondering how we manage financially, let me explain our accommodation: we had a tent on rock solid ground with no beds, which I promise was painful. We then went to Ios, which was essentially an orgy for drunk Australians. We thought we would have to leave the next morning, but luckily the next day a lot of people left the camp, and some cooler people ...
... swims in the beautiful Aegean water, had fantastic Greek meals in little family tavernas and explored some great Greek, roman and crusader ruins. Some of these were well sign posted and organised, like Hippocrates temple/sanitarium and kos castle (another castle built by the knights of St. John, using quarried remains of the aforementioned temple), while others were stumbled upon randomly. Hippocrates temple was well worth a visit, occupying a beautiful site overlooking kos town, ...