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... The security was very thorough. Most of those ahead of me in line were Turkish and they need a visa to visit the EU and their passports are screened as well as their fingerprints!
When I finally came to the agent I wondered what would be expected. After a quick scan and the wonderful sounding thump of the country entry stamp I was on my way.
Again we boarded a bus for the short ride ...
... 4 years ago in Turkey. On the way back to Palamutbükü we took the "scenic" route. I am not a friend of twists and turns and serpentine roads. When we finally got out of the car I felt slightly nauseous. So much to enjoying the view. In the late afternoon we headed for the local restaurant where we played Skippo and Kniffle. Afterwards we had dinner and headed back to the house for an evening of ...
I took the bus back to Rhodes town today where I was to then find my way to my couch surfing hosts Larissa and Victors house in ialisos the coach however had a small issue with the doors where I was sitting. It seemed that there was an air lock or bubble and as we sped down the dual carriageway they kept opening and closing on their own. In the end after about 5 miles the driver pulled over reset them and off we went again. ...
... cool off. We need to dry off before heading back on the bus, and as luck would have it, there is a restaurant right on the beach serving refreshments.
We go to dinner at our hotel. On the menu - turkey! A few days early, but at least we get to eat turkey for Thanksgiving. Our after dinner stroll takes us along the waterfront. It is a beautiful, gentle night. A great way to end another great ...
Weather still gorgeous.
Why the title? This was a gorgeous short stop at this mountainous Island, 41 km N.W of Rhodes of 65.5 sq.km. The population of 2,580, which increases to 6,000 during the tourist season, is mostly engaged in tourism, fishing and trade. (In the 19th century ship building and sponge were main industries.) We arrived 5.00pm, sailing ...