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... grilled, marinated chicken and Mediterranean vegetables for me, fish and Greek salad for Liz.
It is a perfect end to our first day of cruising, sightseeing and dining. Joseph had said that Patmos was the best of the islands we would see and it has certainly cast a spell over us.
(Although wifi is free in most harbourside cafes, upload rates are slow, so there are just ten photos today from the hundreds I took! I'll upload some more when speeds are better.)
... all news channels including Sky TV and BBC. However, the second lead in Sky and BBC has been the Greek debt crisis. BBC reported this morning that Greeks had withdrawn more than €2 billion since Tuesday and that European Central Bank officials questioned whether Greek banks would open on Monday because of liquidity issues. For Greece, it appears that they have reached their "too ...
Our tour was transferred to a new cruise ship, same cruise line, but unfortunately it changed out whole planned trip. We spent the morning on the Cruise after boarding early morning. Now finally on out long awaited journey around the Greek Islands! Our first stop was Patmos, we arrived at about 4pm and had a few hours to explore the Island.
... must see. This ancient city was abandoned when the river silt buried it. We spent a good hour and a half looking over this site before once again getting onto a bus.
Next stop was a carpet making outlet where we were given a demonstration of turkish carpet making,with wine and beer included, by the Australian Manager, Ashley.
Back on the bus and down to the ...
... then they will have had some exposure to the final book of the New Testament, namely the Book of Revelation. There were a lot of sermons droning on about it, all being listened to (or day-dreamt through) while sitting on hard wooden pews as the sun shone outside, the afternoon was full of promise, and, really, it was almost time for lunch. Being in the cave where the Holy Book of the Apocalypse was written by Christ's disciple John in ...