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... that were bought between us. It's a super market with so much choice and the people on the stalls were full of fun.We walked along the coast to a restaurant where we had another lovely lunch, wherever we go the staff are always very attentive to us. The views from where we sat again looked out to sea always lovely to look at whilst eating. After, we walked to the hotel where Daniel and Gill are staying and the staff were happy for us to use their facilities as ...
... as we get back to the tiny commercial centre of Skala - the islands main port. Not a lot of time for photos before the rain lashes down again. This is a barren and dry little spot so rain is precious to the islanders - they surely should be happy with this lot.
It was a rough night at sea with the Louis Olympia not sure which way to twist or turn. Slept well though .....
... capacity of 450 yachts and 50 on land. They have a huge amount of Gulets of all different sizes but also lots of chartered and personally owned yachts. It was a super day but very hot, there were a huge amount of souvenir shops with lots of people trying to get us to buy from them. We also went to the market, we couldn't get out quick enough, it was inside and you couldn't walk past a stall without people trying to get you to buy from them, and it was mostly ...
... I could eat some good food. We also tried our first Meze, I would recommend it, again they made sure there was plenty I could eat. A lovely evening with a wonderful atmosphere again watching the sun go down over the beach. We are going to take the local buses to various places during our stay here, this week we went to Turbuku where we met our very good friends Helen and Ken from Plymouth. They were staying in an all inclusive hotel nearby so they got a taxi which again wasn't ...
... most impressive remains are the theater and the Roman baths - and I was lucky enough to be able to sneak away from the tour group for a bit to take photographs of the tomb that I was there to see :).
Finally we came to Didyma. This site was what I had really been looking forward to the most on this tour. The site is not an ancient city, but rather a large temple precinct, and was home to the the sacred oracle of Apollo, second ...