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... the sponge to be long lasting by adapting to their circumstances. With the sponge diving work becoming more scarce, Kalymnians are now focusing on tourism. Some 15 or so years ago, Italian climbers discovered the climbing playground that Kakymnos has to offer, and because of this unique landscape, the reputation of Kalymnos continues to grow, drawing more and more tourists, especially climbers, to experience the island. Because climbing is not restricted just to ...
... of Underwater Archaeology and houses treasures recovered from wrecks in the area. The Glass Wreck Hall and Glass Hall showcases glassware and artefacts recovered from ships sunk in 1025 AD, the 15th century BC to the 14th century AD. Stunning! A lovely couple of hours, even though it was extremely hot. A delicious plate of donner meats and a sunset view of the harbours completed a wonderful ...
We woke in The Marmara with enough time for one more breakfast before flying home. Looking at the empty sun loungers that we had sat on the day before with Hannah we both felt a strange sad absence at the same time. A text message in the night had let us know she was home ...
Today, the Rhapsody of the Seas pulled into Bodrum, Turkey, and I'm afraid that the Turners did not get off the ship. We always enjoy the days when the ship is in port, because the decks are empty! We know that Bodrum is a beautiful beach town, but we have been to so many fabulous beaches, we decided to skip it. I know that we will be back to Turkey, so we will have another opportunity to visit both Bodrum and Kusadasi.
... knoll in the centre of the harbour and is just as impressive inside despite the killer steps to its summit. We retrace our way back through the markets and succumb to some of the delights of a more than impressive looking Turkish patisserie. Back at hotel some time later and then dinner at seafood restaurant a few doors down. The Octopus was divine despite the excruciating wait. Milk in our tea - thanks to all the Brits who now call this place ...