Deep Blue Sea at Georgioupolis
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... of a grittier Honfleur. Then there is the mosque, as well as the Venetian lighthouse and fortifications, alongside the shipyards. A mix of styles and characters. We took a walk out to the lighthouse and all around the walls, and wandered the back streets and alleys, filled with attractive shops, hotels and restaurants. It was a great town to just walk and explore. We found the biggest basil plant we think in history down one of the back streets, cats galore, interesting plants and ...
... on Crete making it one of the largest producers of olive oil in the world. It is a fertile island and can sustain most crops.
We went first to Akrotiri to the tomb of Crete's national hero Eleftherios Venizelos. This site was where the Cretan rebels raise the Greek flag in 1897 in defiance of the Great Powers (England, France, Germany & ...
... sup> October From Chania
Sunday was a beautiful day, so we stored
our luggage at the hotel and set off to see parts of the old town that we had
not yet visited. We walked along the picturesque waterfront and out to the
lighthouse, along a wall built to protect the harbour. ...
... The endangered Cretan wild goat, or kri-kri, is found in the park, and we saw several of them. There are signs telling people not to feed the goats, some of which hung round hopefully, looking very cute.
We finished the walk much more quickly than expected, even with numerous photo stops and pauses to admire the scenery. We found the meeting point in the village by the coast, and Dave and Tamara chilled out while Niall decided to climb a nearby hill to a ...
... dessert and booze at the end. The first night was the freshest green grapes with Raki. The second night was coconut pound cake and Raki. Raki is part of Cretan culture, It is 37%25 alcohol and comes from grapes after crushing them. It is stiff! Couple that with a sweet dessert! Yummy. Of course a few hours later, I had to follow it with real dessert - pistachio and vanilla gelato. Then onto today. It has been another fabulous ...