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... big one that rolled me around and smashed me to the ground. It was really fun. We also played soccer and tennis with Dad. Afterwards we went and ate at a very nice restaurant, that we became Mum and Dads favourite.I ate sausages and salad. All the vegetables, fruit and herbs came from their own garden. After lunch you could to a big esky and choose from all sorts of fruit.
One night we went and watched some traditional Cretan Dancing and I even got up ...
... itself call us back to recognize who he is. Maybe the ocean is one of the more convincing aspects that reaches into the soul of a person and grips their very being at the core and forces them to realize the greatness of our God. The chorus goes:
Something about the ocean
Makes me rise up and praise
Something about the heavens
Makes me stand in awe again
Something about the sunrise
Reminds me of Your faithfulness
... Poppy off at the Airport in Chania, and when their bags went through security they found Toms toy gun. They called security and we had to remove the gun. It was very funny. I reckon in Australia they would have taken us to court for having a pretend gun in our bag. In Greece they take things alot easier. They just took the gun out,
We were sad to see Nanny and Poppy leave but then we went to Chania and stayed in a really nice hotel and we started to feel happier.
We got into Agios Nickolaos [a-yose nee-KOL-as] yesterday evening. It's back north from Myrtos about an hour. It's facing east since it's in the Mirobella Bay even though it's on the northern coast. Today was pretty leisurely with breakfast at a cafe with at 11am for coffee, pastries and loukoumades [loo-koo-mades - rhymes with Padres]. There basically funnel cake balls with honey and cinnamon. Delicious. We ...
The drive west along the southern coast from Matala towards Myrtos and Irapatra took us over increasingly mountainous terrain with more cliff-hugging switchbacks and rocky panoramas leading down to the coast much like the less traveled northern road in Maui from Kahalui to Lahaina (minus the one lane roads). The towns and villages were even built along the downward sloping ridge lines. Until finally the ...