Hi, we've just returned from a great fortnight in Kremasti, Rhodes and was just wondering if what I said was wrong! I try to learn a few phrases wherever we go in the world, please, thankyou, hello etc. and I don't profess to be fluent in any foreign language, but on 2 occasions i was corrected rather abruptly. The scenario was the same, I had received a beer from the server, both young girls, one was in a cocktail bar in Kremasti and the other in the airport departures on the way home. I said (phonetically) Efharistow, Yammas, now in my mind I'd said 'Thankyou, Cheers' which in English seems perfectly acceptable. The first lady said 'No, efharistow polli' and the second laughed and told the other servers. After the first occasion I asked the night receptionist at the hotel, local guy, if what I'd said was wrong, he said no! So my question is what have I said? Thanks guys PS I can't recommend Kremasti and in particular 'The Maritime' highly enough, these guys are amazing!