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... us buckle our seat belts! Finally we reach the port and gather our belonging to board the Aegean Cat. Because we were travel from Turkey to an EU country we need to do a passport control both here and when we arrived in Rhodes. Leaving Turkey was fairly routine but when we arrived in Rhodes I had to stand in the "ALL PASSPORT" line while all of the EU passport holders were streaming through the other ...
We clambered in their 7 seater and they drove up into the depths of Rhodes and up Gulf montain to a place called Filerimoss (This is how it sounds no idea how it's spelt) where there is a memorial from their war with Portugal and now stands as a kind of hilltop nature spot with amazing views.
The family knew I dabbled in an instrument or two and when we got back there was instruments everywhere in their house. ...
Had a wonderful afternoon in the big city. Checked into our hotel, near both the port and the old city. Walked through Freedom Gate into the old city and had a delicious lunch at a place Mikhali Melenos had recommended. After lunch, Helen & Shelley went to the ...
... cheap. A bottle of water was €0.50 and a mixed grill sit in was €10. That a T-Shirt for €10 and the two attractions is all I've spent on what has been an incredible day. I headed back into the Old town in the evening and at 8pm the same stalls run by the same people were open. The Greeks really seem to put a days work in (much like me!!) and just like me!! They do it with a smile. I'm heading to Lindos tomorrow which is more of a beach like place to rest my weary ...
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 ...