Getting to Rhodes this year, and on to Symi
There’s another stunning limited edition photograph from Neil over on his photo blog. Click here to find it.
These images are not watermarked like the ones I put up on this blog, but they are under copyright and there is data embedded in them that proves the ownership, so don’t even think about it!
There are also rumours abroad of more ferry problems ahead. I say rumour as I didn’t hear this directly from one of the port authority workers, but a second party did. It looks like the Proteus has stopped running for the foreseeable future, but I don’t know if that’s due to maintenance or contracts or what; perhaps someone will let me know? And I also heard that there may soon be disruption on the Dodekanisos Seaways routes, but I’m not sure of the details. I suggest keeping an eye on the Symi Visitor Travel Blog where Andy will no doubt put up any news once confirmed. He’s got some useful links to flights and info there at the moment. Flights to Rhodes from Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, UK and Switzerland. This also includes info on and links to flights to Kos, as that is our second nearest airport.
Once you are at Rhodes of course you still need to get across to Symi and our ‘From Rhodes to Symi’ page might help there. I could do with information on how to get from Kos airport to Symi, but I’ve not done that journey myself. I assume it’s a taxi to the port and then then boat but I don’t know how long that takes, how much it might cost, the name of the port and so on. If anyone wants to submit reliable information then please do and I can add it to our resource.
Right then; I’ve had my porridge (with water, yum) and the sky is set in and grey, the bells have been ringing for Ag. Athanasios’ name day, the heater is on and I am all set for the day ahead! Well, as much as I will ever be.