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We have just spent a couple of days doing very little except swimming, eating, reading and drinking...oh and playing some rummy-o. The water temp is warm, the breeze is cool, the view from our third floor balcony of the Aegean Sea is delightful. Last night we ate marinated tuna and octopus, salad and the best eggplant/ aubergine dish we have tasted for a while. This part of the ...
... for comfort. It is very good location.
So it has been a bit of a mission getting here but that is part of the fun....when it is over.
Tomorrow I am going to try to walk to the Acropolis and the Asclepion. LP says it is too far but I think I can. It is 7km all uphill, I think there and back.
Well today I walked ALL day. All up hill, well it felt like it. Luckily I did the *******e first but I have been to both. Acropolis and Asclepion
... go to europe and in this case it seems that the most intact spectacular pieces are sitting in some museum in berlin. but the real magic of this place was really it's lack of people' it's intact columns and being able to sit in a theatre that's more then a couple of tbousand years old. we choose to not read too many descriptions and instead just strolled around enjoying the ambiance of the place. should have brought some white soft cheese and a bottle of raki and we ...
... do not need any more food. The only shot of Dikili is a poor one of the beach. The really interesting thing is that you might be able to see a wave breaking 50m offshore. These waves are breaking over a road which was the beach road and can be seen quite clearly from the beach. In 1933 an earthquake dropped the land by a few metres and the road and 100m of shore was drowned. I thought this was amazing.
Tomorrow we off the Cannakale to the battlefields of ...
... ruins are easily identified because it was a huge white marble structure.
In this photo I have climbed up behind the temple and am shooting down toward my subjects: Elaine, Eve, Leroy and Mary.