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Travel Blogs from Ialyssos
... 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!
... bronze statue dedicated to Helios, the sun god. It was about 30 meters ( 90 feet) high and was built around 300 AD. It has always been rumored (and pictured) to have been located at the entrance of the harbor but historians now feel it is not true and that it was really located on a hill near the harbor. It was destroyed in a earthquake in 227 BC and was ultimately recycled because of the value of the metal. The other major attraction ...
Marmaris, Turkey, was exactly that: a turkey. The winds howled blowing waves across the sea wall and onto the sidewalk, closing waterfront restaurants and cafes and blowing tourists around like fall leaves.
Marmaris, once a traditional fishing village, hosts an armada of wooden-hulled yachts, sailing boats, fishing boats and craft ...
... s day off. The ubiquitous cats and dogs on the streets fled as it rained cats and dogs.
This was home to the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Google it; the Colossus was a giant statue of a man who stood guard at the harbor where we now are moored. There is no evidence of the existence of Colossus visible to us.
Rhodes says is boasts three hundred days of sunshine ...
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 ...