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... on the beach, more swimmers came and went, I tried the toe test! It feels far too cold for swimming, just a paddle was enough! The beach cafes are open and the one closest to us has a group of Brits enjoying the sun and coffee. Eventually a few clouds bubbled up and we took our chairs iver to Dream Catcher and had lunch, , after we drove to the port at Souda to buy our ferry tickets. The 'Old Druid' had told us about the British war graves at Souda, we went to ...
... one asked for our website so he could follow the rest of our trip. The drive to Georgioupoli is only 5 minutes, we drove around to the harbour, we hadn't been there long before a gaggle of geese arrived, they were very noisy! Next a tatty car that was also very noisy came speeding along the track, the driver was pulling hand brake turns, what a racket! After 3 blasts along the track, the engine conked out, the peace was ...
... place. We drove around some if the local villages increasing our property portfolio with villas for sale with sea and snow topped mountain views, before getting on the national road to Rethymno. We parked in the same spot as on our last visit and walked into the centre. In the more modern part of tiwn there is carols playing through a loud speaker system, a warm sunny day and there are lots if people wandering around and enjoying ...
We drove into Georgioupolis to buy some bread afterwards we walked Logan on the beach for an hour or so, there are a lot of resort hotels with beach frontage. The beach is lovely, it's very long and wide with soft white sand. It's difficult for us to visualise what it must be like here in 'the season' as neither of us have had a resort type holiday.
... don't seem to have shepherds with them, so we presume that they don't have any predators here. The road was Tarmac, but in places there were shrubs growing out of it, large pot holes and a lot of rocks and that had either fallen in landslides or washed onto the road in the recent storms. We climbed up to 1200 metres before winding back down. Luckily on the narrower up hill we ...