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... the bottom AND your shoulders submerged. After a swim, we sit on our little shady hill (moved a tiny bit since Louise realised that we were sharing our hill with a wasp nest). There is alot of people-watching to be done, there is a donkey nearby crying and braying and there are public toilets up the path that are starting to smell less than pleasant.
By about 2pm we have had enough and start our trek back up the hill. OMG. What a climb. Its hotter now ...
... of us decided to go buy floaty beds so we could lay in the ocean all day long! One of the best 5 bucks Ive ever spent! We paddled and layer in the beach for hours! Very enjoyable.
I then ventured into the old town of Rhodes and had a shop and look around the original medieval streets.
... go & have some lunch as it was about 1.30pm by this point. We headed off and found a lively restaurant where I ordered a Slovaki platter (it's pita bread, pork, salad, some kind of sauce & hot chips) and that was yummy! Kinda messy though, having to make it all yourself. We also got a Nutella crepe to share between us four, and that was amazing too! When we were walking back to the beach we came across a speed boat tour which we ...
... I saw more "old rocks" than I ever thought possible! I made a great friend in Deb - she introduced me to Paul in 2000 - and I have many fond memories of our time together. We rode donkeys together, we struggled with some of the students' behaviour together, and we sat on a staircase overlooking a square in th Old Town of Rhodes together.
So, imagine my delight today, ...
Today our shipped docked in the port of Rhodes. The was a very interesting medieval town. The ship was docked just outside the tall wall to the medical town. We started by driving to the archeological site of Kamiros. It was a beautiful drive along the west cost of Rhodes. They have beautiful blue water along the coast the starts as a lite turquoise blue and goes into a deep blue. Once we got to the ancient site we were guided ...