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... here. We stayed in Kapi Creek and Seagull Bay. In Seagull Bay 10 of us went to dinner one night at the "organic restaurant" that didn't serve anything. We each brought a platter of food and some drinks and invited the "restaurant owner", Ahmed to join us. It was a bizarre night, but unfortunately, I didn't take the camera so no pix. Early one morning I left early and went for a walk through the hills - a few people still seem to live in ...
... it was delicious. After a light walk around tom and Bridget take Asher home for a nap and Amy and I go jewelry shopping for gifts and of course ourselves. Amy knows her stuff. We finish all gift shopping first, then we find a beautiful white gold and pearl ring for me. Being in decisive we decide to get a juice. Naturally we make friends with some locals at the cafe who ...
... to our accommodation. We arrive in the large square that our apartment is situated off. We get chatted to some Greek men who call our air bnb host for us to collect us. Within 2 mins of conversation one man points out to me (with a confused/concerned tone) that I am very pale. My heart sinks a little, as only I know that I actually have two layers of gradual tan moisturiser on. Our host shows us the digs and it's beautiful. We are right above the ...
... talk politics but the guy, Stavios, seemed very defensive of the Greeks and saying how it's not their fault the country has gone to hell in a hand basket. I think it's exactly that attitude that's got them in the **** in the first place. We were dropped back at the old city which is a stones throw from the port and so we had a wander. The Cohens and Jaffes found the local synagogue and so we went in for a look. I actually found it to be really interesting as they have a type ...
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The call to prayer from the mosque is very much part of the daily rhythm. Tonight there is a special buzz in the streets and a difference in the call. It’s the end of Ramadan and the Eid celebrations begin.
We said goodbye to Dawn and Rory this afternoon and tomorrow the rest of us go our separate ways. We feel so incredibly lucky to have had this holiday time together in such a wonderful setting.