Neilson Aeolian Village Beachclub
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LESBOS, GREECE SEPTEMBER 27, 2014
Today we are in Lesbos, Greece, the port of Mytilene. The Captain is now making an announcement concerning the fact that we will be encountering gale force winds during the next 12 hours. The wind is now blowing at 25 knots going up to 50 knots. Oh well, we'll see how well this ship rides in winds of that force.
Anyway, last night we had a wonderful ...
... a tiny supermarket where the man behind the counter spoke no English. Luckily there was a local walking past who helped us with the language barrier! This time we paid on 2 Euros for 9x 1.5 litre bottles (bargain!) Near the ship we stopped at a local landmark named the Statue of Liberty. Tonight was a formal night, and luckily my head was starting to feel a little bit better. We all had dinner ...
... is nestled into the hillside surrounding the bay / port. A number of people went swimming in the beautiful, pristine beach. The water was incredibly clean and clear, with virtually no waves. The whole of the Mediterranean is almost void of waves. The Agean Sea in general is very calm and wave less. It is like a massive lake.
We walked around the very narrow cobblestone streets, lined with hundreds of very small shops, adorned ...
... others are still ruins. There are views over both the main town and the old harbour.
We then walked into the old town which was mostly pedestrianised except for motor bikes. We called into the Metropolis Cathedral (Greek orthodox) with its 33m gothic steeple(17th century).
We also ...
I misspoke yesterday. Today we did not arrive at Kusadasi, Turkey, for an excursion to Ephesus; instead, today was a day at sea hosted by the Aegean. Calm waters, slow speed and overcast skies were the order of the day. When I first arose, we were threading our way through a narrow strait at times only a bit over a mile wide. The Captain remarked during a public address announcement that we were passing Troy. I don't see it on the ships TV map but I’ll take his ...