The hospitality and generosity of the people on the Island of Rhodes had me fall in Love with Greece instantly. Realizing that Greece has more than 5000 islands, sadly I knew it was too many to see them all, but feel I arrived at one of the most special ones. Even with people's fears, (concerns voiced by my own family) all the nervousness about travelling, with the Economic Crisis of Greece, was vacated immediately once I landed. Always being fearless didn't mean I wasn't without some concerns about the state of the country prior to going. Yet never for 1 minute did I feel Greece was unsafe at any point during the 20 days. The tourism and busy season was very evident, with many cruise ships and yachts in the ports, barely any hotel vacant, and bustling shopping in the town of old Rhodes. Everyone was feasting like Gods and Goddess on amazing vibrant delicious Mediterranean cuisines (I gorged on my favourite seafood). The people of Greece all had genuine happy dispositions, a full of life attitude and no one ever seemed to sleep. The night-life scene was alive until the sunrise because of course afternoon naps at the beach could be had.