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To Rhodes

Kos to Rhodes, Greece

Took the ferry to Rhodes at 5:30am. It only took about four hours.

Passed a beautiful port city on the island of Symi. Really picturesque.


This is the only photo where the colours pop out a little, but in reality they were much more vibrant.

Rhodes has fantastic buildings. The main architectures span multiple eras, including Byzantine, when it was under the Knights of St John and when it was under the Ottomans. We walked all around the area called Old Town near the port.


Everything shuts at 2:30pm. But tomorrow the ferry out is at 5:00pm to 5:30pm, so we should have a full day still as far as the open times are concerned.

Like the last hotel, we were the only two occupants due to it being the low season. Though, unlike the last hotel, they didn't ask for our passports. So I'm guessing officially we didn't stay there. Especially as far as the tax man is concerned.

Posted by cannon_fodder 12:07 Archived in Greece

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