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Tourists must get up early to catch a glimpse of the morning procession that is now part of the daily summer routine on the Greek island of Kos.

At around 7am, the day’s arrivals are walked from the small industrial port where their boats have been brought in by police launch and around the corner into the picturesque harbour of Kos Town, past the shuttered shops and cafes and on a 20-minute walk to the very outskirts of town.

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