Mitsis Rhodos Village Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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So it's three days until I leave home for Athens, 7 days until I leave Athens for Bristol, and 13days 21 hours and 57minutes until I leave England for Melbourne.
Last days in beautiful Lindos.
Have been frantically 'DOING' stuff this week in preperation to leave. I think (hope) I'm finally getting somewhere. Re registering new car in my name, online shopping for last minute necessities, sorting my life out ready to pack in to a rucksack, ...
... to Rodos.this time we stopped at Tsambika for another quick swim. Could see the bottom here. Not much to see except sand.
Then on our way back. Got very windy up,top and a bit choppy but I loved it. Miss boating.
Pita gyros for dinner then back for a much needed shower and an update for you.
Tomorrow's activities at this stage are a surprise.
Oh and conned David into buying a suitcase as mine is not big enough and his back pack us making him throw ...
... 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 ...
... We ordered a Greek salad, taziki, a bread thing we couldn't pronounce nor knew what it was, octopus, feta prawns, and snails. All of it was soooooo good!! The feta is like nothing we have were tasted. It was more delicious than anything we've had in any other country.
During dinner we decided we know how to cook with enough lentils and beans that we don't actually require seafood for nutrients anymore. We made the decision to no longer eat seafood unless we catch it ourselves. ...
... that is falling down. There were mosques that looked Islamic, and catholic symbolism on everything. Knights Templar insignias carved into he stone work, little alleyways weaving through the city, markets, children being forced to busk (very sad sight to see), and then there were the tourists. The main streets were a joke....same as Thailand. I heart Rhodes shirts and all the rest. We dove back into the alleyway maze where there was no one but cats. After walking for ...