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Discussion in 'Passport' started by Go Native, Mar 23, 2009.
With a population of about 500 and very few tourist amenities or roads the island is getting more tourists each year, people looking to experience something more than a cosmopolitan well known island. With very little water or land suitable for cultivation it's more of a huge rock than an island.
The history is not well known, but there is evidence the island was inhabited in the 2nd Millennium BC, probably under Minoan, Cretan rule.
This town is perched on the edge of a 200-metre high cliff on this 32 square Km island.
Sifnos is the closest guess.
Chora, Folegandros Island
That's the one.
is it an island?
(Cerro de la Silla)
Where in the world was I?
Lake District, UK
Actually the hills are too high for the Lake District, south Island NZ?
I was thinking a bit low
It is in New Zealand and on the South Island, but not in the Queenstown-Lakes District.
Yep you're correct, it's the top end of Akaroa Harbour. Congrats
Google street view comparison, about 15-20 metres from where I took the pic
Shuffles to den to find a pic.....
Oui, but is a pretty big place. Name of town would be good.
@Legs Akimbo Not Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
And not in Occitaine
Bordeaux? Or are we on the Med?
Bingo. Lovely place and opposite side of island to that tourist trap Bonifacio
Thanks @markopolo for the wake-up...... I did check from time to time but the thread didn't appear in the new posts listing