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Saw Mykonos and it's lights glide past at 2.00 am when we got up to look out our balcony! Slept well and awoke at 5.30 to see the sunrise over Patmos as we dropped anchor. Buffet breakfast on the stern deck and onto a tender to the little port. Here we boarded the bus and up to St.John's Monastary atop the highest hill on the island. Built like a fortified castle to repel pirates about the 10th century the monks could pour boiling oil down ...
... Joey really wanted to go here first so the guide agreed and off we went. It is a quaint stone house above Ephesus. It was crowded but the line moved quickly - no photos were allowed. For me it could have been any cute house anywhere. Then after a longer line for the washroom we hopped back on our van and headed down to Ephesus. Parts of the site especially the library reminded me of Petra. One of the more awesome sites were the terrace houses. We spent about 1.5 hours ...
... that - relaxing! Eating, drinking, wandering, shopping and organising onward travel as much as we could. One day we ventured out to walk the Lycian Way. ( a section of it as it is 500 km) The scenery was spectacular and the photos do not give it justice. But to begin the walk we had to travel to a nearby town , Oludeniz - definitely "little Britain" which was just awful. Signs of "Proper English Breakfast" and bars that displayed a schedule of English soccer clubs on television. ...
... how easy it is for not so intrepid tourists to lose their way so she scared us into submission!
Patmos is also apparently the holiday point of many of the rich and famous although the fašades of the houses are misleading. They come here for the peace and calm and go to Mykonos if they want to be seen!
Thunder is once again echoing and lightening ...
... off-road beach, Seitani, very pretty but still with a couple of dozen people. And by stopping at several hill villages on the return, the best of which was Lekka, very poorly signposted from the south (ask in Marathakampos), but easier from Karlovasi in the north. Approaching these villages in the hills, some of the switchbacks are so tight that you almost have to look in the rear-view mirror to see the road ahead, but ...