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... seat numbers so you just found somewhere to sit in a lounge with airplane type seats, many of which were already taken up by people lying on the floor sleeping in front of them! We found a spot and despite the loud noise from the engine and vibrations, managed to get a few more hours sleep. Once we were on board in Santorini the ferry stayed there unloading all sorts of other stuff, and I think it was about 2 ½ hours after getting on the boat that it actually left Santorini! Hence ...
... by Venizelos. It was very interesting. All sorts of Cretan products on display.
We then walked to the Church of the Virgin Mary. This is the main church of Chania. It is quite small in side but very pretty. After our visit to the church, Dennis and I walked back to the ship. We have walked at least 2 miles every day and sometimes as many as four.
... side of the harbour. After lunch we continued down but we could not
retrace our steps from there so headed in what we hoped was the direction of
the bus station. Dave was having severe doubts about it when we saw a young man
holding a map. He turned out to be a Dutch
tourist who spoke excellent English and we ...
... We have imbibed much of the local firewater-lemon, honey and original-and even seen the distilling process at a local taverna, eating many Cretan pies, zucchini balls, stuffed zucchini flowers, fresh squeezed orange juice and yogurt and honey to last us for quite some time! We almost managed to run out of gas on the backroads (and I mean back roads) but ...
... 160;It started with a food bath, also known as a pedicure. It is several dead skin eating fish, called Garra Rufa, that nibble at your feet. I was totally creeped out by it, but knew I would regret if I didn't try it. There were two young women working there and since I was the only client, we chatted. They talked about the Greek Crisis and how prevalent it still is. I haven't really sensed or felt a crisis and they said Chania is ...