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I came across this science test yesterday. I scored 11 out of the 12 questions (I always was a B grade student). I hope you can access the link. See if you get all 12 correct:
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... and church at the top of the island. If you've ever heard of the Blue Grotto on the Italian island of Capri, the Blue Cave on Kastellorizo is a similar topographical phenomenon, only a bit bigger and less well-known. I was hoping to take my camera in there since some boats will go through the 1m-high opening when the water is low, but Antonis of Antonis Water Taxi compelled me and my comrades to swim instead, so I had to leave my camera in the boat. A ...
... under the clear blue water but that didn't stop us looking. Due to the high salinity of the Mediterranean, it also made diving under quite difficult as it always resulted in you popped back up like a cork. It's no wonder I had to have an extra 3 kilos on me during our dive the other day.
The most interesting thing I saw in the water today was a woman in a burkini. I shouldn't be surprised by this, being in a predominantly Muslim ...
... that sits above it was used for storing 'palamut oak' a local oak tree. The cistern was carved from a solid rock measuring 12 x 6 m and the ceiling is held up by seven carved block stones. This is the only surviving cistern from a group that lead up to the antique theatre. I then went up to some Lycian tombs. Before dinner our guide took us to the amphitheater. Later we went for dinner. This town is right on the Mediterranean so ...
... is not too bad at all! I did go to the pharmacy, said seasickness, and was handed a box of green pills. They seem to work, so I will be stocking up on them! I also decided that waiting on the boat in between dives was stupid, so I swam to the shore whenever I could and waited there.
Before I become a permanent feature in this town, I will move on. The last two weeks will be a bit more touristy and faster paced, but I am recharged and ready to go ...