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... I can see how the population swells to 4 million over the summer months. Up through the pine and cypress forests and past some of the few remaining ancient remnants- we saw the columns from the Temple of Apollo. Continued on to Mt. Philerimos whose plateau is 1000feet above sea level. Stunning, uninterrupted views along the coastline. Here is also the Church of Our Lady, whose chapel dates from the 15th century and which was built on the remains of an old Greek temple dedicated ...
... on Sunday. ��
I (last minute) decided to do my open water scuba diving course in Lindos before I left so spent the beggining of this week studying and diving all day long. AMAZING! I've finished now and am qualified to dive anywhere in the world. Can't wait to use it in the Great Barrier Reef... I'm going to find Nemo!!!
Getting pretty excited for the whole trip. Including England and seeing all my friends, and for ...
... in the shop when I was trying on the pants. We had to retrace many winding paths but got back and found my camera.
Next was the castle around the main city of Rhodes, which was used by crusaders as a launching point to the holy land. There were lots of souvenir shops inside the old city walls, but the highlight for us was putting our feet in water where a certain type of fish is supposed to ...
... as our waiter. He was fantastic and cheeky. Reckons he is retiring so I can have his job. " I am only here for service , I don't know what goes in it" " you eating all that? What about him( David) ? You want pita? Ok I bring two so my friend ( David) can have some."
It was the most expensive dinner we have had but was delicious and he was worth it.
Tomorrow more shopping, swimming, exploring, sightseeing and eating. Looking forward to it.
... all climbed up at sat there for over an hour, until we had to go to class.
Normally for the study tour, you are supposed to take 10 lessons of Greek 1 and 3 lessons of Byzantine Art History. Since I already took Greek last year, I only have to sit through 3 Byzantine Art History classes. My first one was the other night, and it was dreadful. Basil, the professor, just goes on an on, jumping from different century and ruler of Byzantium. Eventually he started talking ...