/ what to do when stuck in Kos for the night en-route to Kalymnos
That's the norm if you come from Scotland. You take bus/taxis to Kos beach (where the ferry goes) and then sit in bar for bit before going to sleep at the beach (there are sunloungers out usually if you are discreet. Duvet jacket and /or lightweight sleeping bag recommended. The other/ posh options (which I have never done) is t hire a room near the harbour for the few hours you are there. Plenty available.
Bus from the airport is dead cheap and only takes about 5 minutes longer then the taxi. Worth it.
At the moment the last ferry is 19:45 - at least during the week.
PS Glorious at the mo!
http://www.ukclimbing.com/images/dbpage.html?id=216169 (taken today)
A bag of coke and 10 hookers.
We were asked if we want a room after arriving at the harbour at midnight, we turned him down and spent a cold windy long night on the beach, feet in rooksac and rope wraped around us!
Take the room.
8:05 according to Aris's website,
Thanks all - thatís really helpful - I think itís going to be a bit of a change to the UK weather at the moment!
Not to panic you but it has been very windy today - not sure if the ferries were running!
> PS Glorious at the mo!
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