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Travel Blogs from Platanias
Paul did get to the Fort and has the photos to prove it. Saturday - the long walk to Loutro. I was suffering with the heat so caught the Ferry and left Paul to 'tramp'. It was a long hot walk along some very narrow ledges but he made it and then we hit the beach! The blue blue water is lovely. ThenTaverna we are staying in is ok - nice ...
... in the rock, shady woodland and baking hot river beds - even experienced a rock fall in one section! We made it down to the bottom in 5.5 hours - not bad going ok when we had allowed for six! A very welcome drink at the bottom and a short walk to the hotel on sea front at Agi Roumeli - very welcoming. A funny little place - only accessible my boat. The town becomes packed from about mid morning when the ...
... to be challenging. Rock paved pathways switch backed down the side of the mountain for what felt like ages, though amounted to an hour by our measure. We’re talking rocks roughly the size of your fist to the size of your head. Many had become polished and smooth on the edges creating a very dangerous walk down, as every step had to be taken with care. 20 minutes in, we passed an older couple headed back up the trail. Shortly thereafter Jen began ...
... a woman or even another man to joust for a better spot – one must prepare for the opposing glares, slaps, or clenched fists of others. Lesson learned though – the rule of public transport anywhere is not first come first serve, but rather first shove first serve! Especially here. Boarding challenges aside, public transport here is extremely convenient & efficient in Crete. We’ve booked our hotels close to the ...
Ancient city of Aptera We drove only 6 km through the village of Stylos to the excavation site of the ancient city of Aptera. The ancient city of Aptera was one of the most important ancient city-states in western Crete. It was founded in the 18th century B.C. and the 365 A.D. earthquake marked its definitive decline. After having achieved a glorious past for centuries, it was completely destroyed and abandoned by the next powerful earthquake ...
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