Miraluna Kiotari Seaside
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... be in the sun there and back so went and swapped for 24 - 27. Probably not enough sun for Graham but I had full shade so I was happy.
about an hour into the trip we stopped at Anthony Quinn Bay for a quick dip. Think this is where Guns of Navarone was made. The water was so deep and the sun shining through and my poor eyesight meant I couldn't see the bottom but the water was just beautiful.
On to Lindos. This place has ( and needs) donkey transport. The ...
... lovely qualities and will find the way that's right for her. After the ride, I have a coffee with Dimitri and then he drives my back to the bus. One of the frequent buses is at the stop, so I hop on and pay €4.40 to get back. I'm not sure why the difference in price. I stop for tzatziki and pita and wine, before heading home to a lovely shower and evening under the stars. Tomorrow we head to Crete on Aegean ...
... of Greek World Cup soccer we'd seen our first goal for the home team and a chance to celebrate with our new friends. Sadly, Greece lost in a shoot out and were thus ousted from the tournament, but watching a World Cup game featuring a team while visiting that country is a great experience and we were truly sorry for our hosts and told them so. By then it was past 0200 so we headed off to sleep, putting an end to our last night on the wonderful island of Rhodes.
... and drink service at our lounge chairs so were easily able to put the fiasco of earlier in the day behind us.
Back in Monolithos for the night, we delighted in yet another fantastic dinner in Greece at a small taverna there. We laughed and laughed the rest of the day and night about the tow truck driver's terseness but were grateful to be back on track with an operating car and a great place to stay with amazing views from high above the sea.
... specific directions to our hotel, we had been promised that we could not miss it and we couldn't. Hotel Thomas is probably the largest building in this small hillside town with commanding views of the South Ionian Sea. We even had plenty of time to enjoy an hour or more in the incredibly clear waters of Fournoi Beach and a delightful stop at the medieval Monolithos Castle, a photographer's delight, especially as the sunset hour approached.