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Asking Greeks for information isn't always the easiest thing in the world. Although this is by no means true of all Greeks, the answer will depend on the Greek's level of English, his or her interest in answering and, often, whether or not you are likely to spend money at their establishment. During your stay you will probably form some sort of bond with a particular restaurant or bar and they will, inevitably, be more helpful than others.

If you are holidaying with a Tour Operator then their reps should be your first port of call for information. If you are staying in Lindos and your Operator has no rep resident in the village then you should complain.

Take extremely good care of valuable items - like passports and money. Crime has increased over the years and you want to avoid dealings with Greek police. They are not at all like the British police and can be quite frightening. Years ago I lost a sum of money on Crete and was subjected to a frightening verbal ordeal which involved a policeman violently thumping his desk and screamimg "Liar" at me. In 2008 we had money, passports and driving license stolen from my wife's handbag. The police were calm but not over helpful - they tend to be among the least "English" proficient people in the resort.

If you don't find what you are looking for on the "Useful Info" pages, try the "Tips & FAQs" section. Failing that - email me and I'll see if I can answer your question.