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... her temple and a truly huge and amazing stadium in great condition. Additionally all the magnificent statues were in a museum and easily seen and appreciated. We next had a lovely lunch in another outdoor area with a cute man playing a balalaika with a dancing parrot!!
Next we drove several hours until we reached a Greek ghost town called Kayakoy. The story behind this town was very sad indeed – as it was part of the ...
... Swimming in the water was amazing as the temperature was perfect. After our 1st swim, I claimed a nice corner of the boat to sit for the day, read my book, sip some tea and watch the coast line. I wasn't a complete anti social, I did partake in some fun conversations out on deck, but I'm not a fan of too much sun, so I enjoyed being on my own for a bit. Lunch was a beautiful fish washed down with a local beer. When we returned at 4pm, I ...
... a hike. Back at the beach, we load our dry things into bags, give them to the cook and swim back to our boat.
Next stop, Blue Lagoon and lunch. Some folks swim and jump off big rocks. I'm content to hang out on the boat. Lunch is served and we have a 4 hour stop here before moving to our night spot. Most people are relaxing on the boat.
Life on the boat includes a lot of ...
... offer such an option, so I do admit to a white lie for the sake of semantic effect.
After 3 years away from diving, it was great to reinvigorate my love for it; and it's just like riding a bike. A quick morning dive to re-establish the routines and then down to 26m in the afternoon. A whole world below us that we hardly scratch the surface of. It's amazing how tranquil and colourful these spots can be, albeit a little less populated with coral and marine life ...
... get the entire group the kayak and then we set off. Our first stop was the island of Kekova where there was a recent ship wreck (five days or so previous) on one side of the island and gorgeous swimming on the other. Second we kayaked over a sunken city. Not exactly Atlantis, but remarkable regardless. Then our last stop was Simena on the main land for lunch and a walk around the area. After kayaking back to the original location we caught the bus ...