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Agios Nikolaos, Crete

23 Jan

We spent a few hours in Agios Nikolaos, wandering through the narrow, bustling streets. I found the lake to be particularly picturesque.

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Heraklion, Crete

23 Jan

When staying in Koutouloufari a wonderful little hillside village in Crete we decided to visit the capital Heraklion. We traveled to Heraklion by bus and spent a day exploring the city.

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Saklikent Gorge, Turkey

21 Jan

Whilst visiting the Saklikent Gorge we had the chance to walk a small section of the gorge before tubing down the river, which was fantastic!

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Kayakoy, Turkey

21 Jan

Kayakoy is an interesting and picturesque ghost town with a lovely little restaurant, a few camels and a donkey.

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Fethiye, Turkey

21 Jan

On the day we decided to take the Dolmus to Fethiye it was particularly windy, the sea was incredibly rough and caused a lot of small fishing boats to overturn or sink as can be seen from the photographs.

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Olu Deniz, Turkey

21 Jan

Whilst visiting Olu Deniz we decided to paraglide from a height of roughly 2000m from Babadag Mountain. The experience was fantastic and the views were phenomenal.

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Lindos, Rhodes

8 Jun

Following the disassembly of my degree show I flew out to Rhodes for a short break with my mum and as always when travelling I took hundreds of photographs, some of which I have documented in the following slide shows. Whilst in Rhodes we stayed in Lindos a very pretty little town with narrow, twisting cobbled streets, white wash buildings and lots of donkeys! Towering above the town is the acropolis, which we visited on the first day.

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