The area near Agathi got us undeceived. Awakening too early, long drive, beautiful beach,... and the wrong direction ! James Dean and Arnold Schwarzenegger would have loved this desert area ...
Fondest memory: Yet,... the beautiful intensly blue-skied semi-desert did coloured the models in an exciting way, we could work one after the other. And we had so much fun, even me drying up in the sun rays when covering up the models. The photographer had to change film rolls, somebody had to p ...
Done this work at Rhodos and back in town I got so tanned I looked like an Indian ... and I loved it
thanks Agathi - thanks Rhodos
Rodos town: the Castle of St. John's Knights, Mandraki the pier, and hangin out in the alleyways of the old town.
Relax in the beaches or rent a motorbike to explore bit to bit the island.
You can choose from sandy and crowded beaches or solitaires rocky bay, it's up to you.
Fondest memory: The old city by night with the Castle shot by shades and lights.
Prassonissi, the lower bottom side of the island where Aegean sea smoothly meets Mediterranean sea in high tide (you can see the water mixin') and let a limb of sand in low tide.
The sight of the Turkey coastline from the beaches of Kallithea, Rodos city etc., with a smooth breeze, sunshine and the blue crystal of the sea and last but not least listening the song "Sure know something" from the "Kiss".
Just sitting at a sunny terrace was a good place to observe locals (and too many tourists...LOL) and have a greek meal or just a glass of wine.
Here is Mari in the front with her greek boyfriend, then Riitta and me of course!
Favorite thing: The original mosque was built in 1542. Then it was rebuilt in 1808. Unfortunately when I visited Rhodes town it was closed.
Favorite thing: It runs downhill from Suliman’s Mosque to Hippokates square. It is the main street in the old town and is packed with shops and cafes.
Rhodes is a paradise for windsurfing and coming to Rhodes you expect the best beaches in the Mediterranean. Well if sandy beaches is what you are looking for you came to the right place!
Fondest memory: Beaches
Favorite thing: A nice up to these ruins of the dominat castle just past the old coble streets -ok to climb there when it's not hot!
This is a view down to Rodos from Monte Smith, named after an English admiral: Sir Sidney Smith.
As you can see from the picture, the day was pretty cloudy and...cold!