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... 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 ...
... west side of the island. I need the east side to go to Falariki. It was directed to get off at the church and call Dimitri, he will come to pick me up. It was actually quite easy. The one way ticket was €2.20 and I told the bus driver where I wanted to get off. I was really, so I hung out in a really nice bakery and had banana/chocolate ice cream for lunch! I was the only person for riding this afternoon. I ...
... schtick was very reminiscent of American propaganda newscasts that say things like, "Many are saying that Barack Hussein Obama is a Muslim Jihadist terrorist. Is he? Meh, I dunno, but many are saying it. You decide."
The scariness of the drive to the monastery was enough for us to decide to call the rest of this Sunday a beach day so we headed back to the incredible Glystra Beach (go there if you are in Rhodes! - You're Welcome - Thank me later). After enjoying ...
... medieval castle walls atop the site of the original temple and it's surely a worthwhile historic place to visit, despite the crowds. In fact, many of the people that day were actually staying at Lindos as opposed to other wonderful towns on Rhodes. Which we soon learned all about.
After a pleasant stroll back through town that seemed less burdensome since we were now the ones going downhill we visited the historic Orthodox church. Lynn and I both were required ...
... t able to use it in cooking but it did give our otherwise lousy rental car a little bit of nice aroma. This woman's graciousness is typical of nearly all of our interactions with our hosts in Greece, regardless of their location.
As we headed south towards our new home in the small town of Monolithos, we got the chance to stop at a wonderful Venetian castle and enjoyed increasingly-unbelievable beauty on our drive along the coast. Though we did ...