Gaining back momentum

It was definitely tough saying goodbye to our new friends in Perissa. A Traveling has allowed us to meet wonderful people all over the place and no one area has been better than Perissa Santorini! Although we could have stayed an entire summer we have new and exciting places to go and more fantastic people to meet.

Dave’s shirt lol~

Before our nearly five week stint in Santorini,  we had been feeling really confident about our traveling progression, thinking, yea now we’ve got the hang of this. So the 12am overnight ferry to Rodos was how we decided to put ourselves back into traveler mode and get the ball rolling.  We bought deck class meaning no assigned or actual seat, but ended up crashing in some reserved area. We didn´t even have to be sneaky about it since the ferry was so large and crew members can`t be bothered to check everyone’s tickets. We played it cool and passed out with garments (jacket for me, tech blanket for chels) over our heads just in case, figuring no one would wake us with our invisible cloaks on. Our theory proved correct and we both dozed off to la la land for about four and a half hours until the Ferry docked in Rodos.

Rodos (Rhodes)

Rodos is one of the largest islands in Greece and its main attraction is the old mid-evil city. A massive castle runs the length of the modern port and boasts some impressive sights. The remains have been well preserved thanks to large donations from the EU for the restoration. The old city is walkable and can be done within a few hours as long as you take a few breaks in the shade. After we walked in and around the city we found a nice little cafe with free internet and chilled out till it was time for our ferry.

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Ferry service from Rodos to Marmaris Turkey runs twice a day and the cost is alarmingly disproportional compared with the prices from island to island. On top of that we payed a `Port Tax´ then had to buy a Turkish Visa.

Turkish tea!

Turkish tea!

Any negative feelings we had towards the costs were quickly turned around by the positive energy flowing from Marmaris. We had only planned on being here a few hours and catching the overnight bus to Antalya but decided we liked what we saw and checked into the Maltepe Pensyion. The owner was super friendly and before even discussing if we needed a room he was bringing us in to see his walrus cat. No exaggeration folks, the thing is bloody Massive! After wowing us with jaba the cat he made us some delicious apple (tea) and encouraged our overuse of the free internet… needless to say we liked the guy and the place .. and orca cat.

Second largest cat in Europe!

Second largest cat in Europe!

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