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... we found a group of Syrian refugees camped in the open. The town authority had given them portaloos and they had mattresses and bedding to sleep on. There were a number of children playing happily on the grass.
On the way back to the ship we decided to detour around the wharves to take pictures of the ship moored almost in the main street. On the waterfront we saw a larger group of Syrian refugees who ...
... so do we, and they provide a bit of entertainment in the absence of internet or
worthwhile TV, now that Bill and Polly have left. The lovely view from the
terrace only provides just so much interest!
The next few photos are from the main town and port,
Parakia, which has some lovely bougainvillea ...
... arrived "Home" at around 13h30 as we first stopped by the nearest Gyros Cafe for some Gyros Gyros!. We then just chilled, boys swam and we then went for an late dinner around 20h00 ( sun only sets at 21h00). We popped in by Captain George to confirm our Yacht Saiking Trip tomorrow. Also we Skyped home for the first time, was wonderful, will definitely do it again, first time for ...
... dive leader and assistant), but not the same ones, a couple of less experienced guys joined me for the afternoon. The sea was a bit less flat, but nothing untoward, as we again dropped in at five metres and then finned towards the main part of the wreck. This was indeed an impressive sight and made me wish I had been able to carry my camera, but not as much a later. Leaving the wreck we headed back, two of the group returning to the boat as air was running low. We toured the area ...
... same time the airconditioning in our room stopped working so we were unhappy campers for an hour or so til the music stopped and the aircon was fixed. (Aircon issue turned out to be our fault - it has something to do with the doors having to be properly shut so the sensors will allow the aircon to work)
Tomorrow we have decided to get quadbikes and tour the island... I feel like I should warn the locals I'll be on the road :)