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... but to visit town and see what we may.
Off the ship, we walk – the city, Aghios Nikolaos, Greece (St. Nicholas), is clearly a tourist destination from all over Europe and the rest of the world. Quaint with strikingly blue water. Looking into the water can be a mesmerizing experience – the fish, the sea bottom, the clear blue waters are calling me…but alas….not possible to swim here ...
... and some chairs. We were both not impressed, so we looked for an alternative but decided just to stay and keep busy around Rome, leave early and come back late at night - it was in a good location and close to the city. We ventured back out in the rain and found a place to have some pizza and pasta before returning to our shoebox for an uncomfortable night's sleep on a dodgy foam mattress. A cultural experience living like a ...
... look while Mel stayed dry in the Jimmy. We decided it was a better day to sightsee from the car so we headed west down the coast to see what we could see. Mel decided that a little town we could see on the point from the freeway was worth checking out. So we weaved our way down some narrow winding streets. But as we started to climb on the other side, the road narrowed and steepened very quickly. Mel was not impressed and became stressed rather quickly. So much so she ...
... a sun lounge and both dozed off a little. To wake us up we went for a swim, our first in the Mediterranean. A bit cool to start with but very refreshing and as the weather started to change from the south it was warmer in than out. We hopped out and ventured into town for a snack. Found a lovely bakery where we had hot chocolate, profiteroles (called "soo" here) and chocolate mousse. As we sat the weather closed in complete with ...
... of town we found it only had a 1/2 tank of fuel. We rang and told them, bit of a casual bunch, not like hiring a car in Oz. Ali drove back to our resort before we swapped for the afternoon excursion. Ali navigated us up into the Lassithi Plateau which took in some good sights of a large dam and gorges. Mel got used to the small, tight and winding roads, changing gears ...