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Another day just exploring on our own, so a leisurely departure from the ship after breakfast. Rhodes is really lovely. It is part of the Dedoconese Islands and totally different than the Cycladic Islands like Mykonos, which are all whitewashed and blue. Very long history here, back to Prehistoric and Mycenaean times. From the period of the Crusades is ...
We decided not to do an excursion in Rhodes so we walked from the ship to and though the gates of the fortified city among the hundreds of shops and stores with vendors peddling the unlimited items for sale to tourists that form the backbone of the current economy for this ancient 11th century home of the hospitaller Knights. Rhodes has one of the longest and most splendid histories of any place in the world. Inhabited ...
Today starts terribly I am hung over and tired, I don't even eat breakfast I just grab a pastry and a bottle of water to take with me. We don't do a tour today Nicole just takes us through the town and tells us about it all, Rhodes is a cool island it feels like a medieval castle it was built by the knights of Saint John and there are cannon balls everywhere. After our tour Juls, John, Rich, Kelsey and I separate from the group to see ...
... as we had to get back to the boat moored nearby so we could be taken to our next Greek Island of Symi. We were most impressed witch Rhodes of all the islands we had seen so far and could happily have stayed longer but the boat set off to Symi which is one of the Dodecanese Islands I will have to make a separate entry now for Symi even though we went there on the same day as Rhodes, in order to get the location pin pointed on the ...
... was a (not surprisingly) colossal statue of the Greek god Helios, which is thought to have been placed at the entrance to the ancient harbor. Helios was the god of the sun, and is the etymological stem from which we get our English words "helium," "heliocentric," etc. And to put another Greek etymology lesson to good use, while on the island I also located a "pharmakeia" and was able to finally get some medicine for ...