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... so we went on the beach linked to the hotel and had a very enjoyable swim and sat enjoying the sun. Another lovely day in paradise.Friday we had a very early get up,packed our passports, visas and Euros and off we went to Kos in Greece. We were picked up at 7.30am near our villa and after quite a few pick ups we ended up in the town centre where Daniel and Gill were waiting. We then set off to Bodrum picking up more people from different hotels on the way driving ...
... how easy it is for not so intrepid tourists to lose their way so she scared us into submission!
Patmos is also apparently the holiday point of many of the rich and famous although the fašades of the houses are misleading. They come here for the peace and calm and go to Mykonos if they want to be seen!
Thunder is once again echoing and lightening ...
... views across the bay from Yalikavak were wonderful as normal but it was interesting to come across some villas and houses which had been started to be built but due to the economy has been left unfinished. We also walked past a Mosque one of many we have seen since being in Yalikavak.On the way back I couldn't resist so I got into my bikini and had a dip and a swim to cool off, I have to say it was very welcoming and very warm. I had to make sure I found a part of a beach ...
... the catch was, she said this would make our food bill cheaper. We were amazed how much we saved, on our first bill we saved 50TL, about £16, not bad for our first food shop, so now we use this every time and save plenty of money, brilliant. A man behind us asked to borrow it, we did and we saved him about 5TL. He left on his moped a very happy Chappy.On the first evening we used the BBQ in the villa with patience and perseverance from David we had lovely cooked chicken, we ...
... 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 ...