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bittersweet times as we touch the bases on our last two days here. Sunday we drove south to Gennadi, our favorite pebble beach, for a long swim and fish lunch just before the wind came up. Then off to the hills: visited the village of Asklepion for coffee and a church tour with our airport cab driver, Manoli (Mike) Hatz, one of many second-generation Greek-Canadians who have moved back to this lovely village. From there, we took a gravel ...
Mary, Shelley & Dan arrived in Lindos Friday afternoon and settled into Mary's beautiful home, aka The Museum. After a slow morning regrouping from our road trip, we headed to the main beach, which is paved with sun beds all summer but comparatively deserted now. Settling into Rosanna's Italian beach taverna, we ordered, had a swim, ate a delicious lunch of seafood risotto and fresh fish, and swam again. The aquamarine sea was clear and warm. Just too dolce for words. ...
... The security was very thorough. Most of those ahead of me in line were Turkish and they need a visa to visit the EU and their passports are screened as well as their fingerprints!
When I finally came to the agent I wondered what would be expected. After a quick scan and the wonderful sounding thump of the country entry stamp I was on my way.
Again we boarded a bus for the short ride ...
... site and the food (thanks to ‘Whats App’ and ‘Hangouts’).
The original plans were to return via a monastery on the other coast. We had been at lunch for about 90 minutes and that was making time tight although we still could have done the extra visit, however the thought of a longer drive and then a rushed visit meant the call to return to the ship was unanimous. We did stop on the way at the beautiful Ladiko Bay or Anthony Quinn Bay. ...
Weather still gorgeous.
Why the title? This was a gorgeous short stop at this mountainous Island, 41 km N.W of Rhodes of 65.5 sq.km. The population of 2,580, which increases to 6,000 during the tourist season, is mostly engaged in tourism, fishing and trade. (In the 19th century ship building and sponge were main industries.) We arrived 5.00pm, sailing ...