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Today we had an early start . We docked at Chania and very quickly boarded our bus to The Palace of Knossos, the home of the legendary Minotaur. Crete is 300 km wide (East to West ) at the widest part and north to South 33km with it narrows section being 12 kilometres. It has a population of 756,000 and tourism makes up 50 % of the islands economy . Chania is were Zorba The Greek (last nights film was shoot) Crete has one big valley in the centre with lots of mountains (the ...
... there are still lots around. It may-be different in Athens and the situation could change but so far it’s business as normal.
It’s actually getting too hot here. 35 degrees and it feels every bit of it. I need to move north although I believe it’s hot in most of Europe at the moment so may not get any relief going there. Anyway, I’m stuck in Rethymno resting. Believe me though – I will cope with ...
... lost. It is kept really well.
Chania was the setting off point for me to hike the Samaria gorge. An early morning bus (6am) to the top of the gorge (Omalos) (about 1 hour) and then a long walk downhill through the gorge. The first part was a long zig zag down to the base of the gorge ( from about 1300 meters). Then it was a 15km through the gorge going slightly down hill all the way (the way ...
... Elafonisi before doubling back and staying the night in Rethymno. I rode up the hill [from the beach to the main road] and decided to stop at a taverna with a nice view for a light lunch.
I'm notoriously bad at reading greens when large hills are involved. This time it did more than cost me a stroke. Down went the bike as I attempted to park it on what I thought was a reasonable spot. I'm a strong guy so at least it went down gently, but it did end ...
... a monastery, and did have a bit of an olive oil tasting, but did not see olive mills, vineyards, or any wine/raki tasting, nor did we get to Rethymnon. It was unclear if it was a complete schedule change (from our request to change days), or due to the intense rain that we could not get to what was planned. The guide was very good, but lunch in a restaurant was a bit different from what we ...