Deep Blue Sea at Georgioupolis
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... shame about the food - but to be fair breakfast is good. Sunday and a lazy day - swimming and walking to more forts. It rained heavily this afternoon just enough to cool things down. Loutro is a typical white and blue village shoehorned into a small bay - no roads! Monday - we left early to walk to Chora Sfakion to beat the heat - but ...
... down the Gorge. We set off from the top of the Samaria Gorge at 09.30 - it is all downhill from here. Scenery spectacular. The decent is unrelenting - we have to concentrate very ******** where we put our feet. There are lots of natural springs where we can refill our water bottles. We try to stop for lunch but the wasps are a real problem. We cross log bridges - not my favourite, walk through very ...
... and no HIGH HEELS! Too funny. Despite not seeing any high heels on the trail, there were varying degrees of footwear. Casual flat-footed walking shoes, ballet flats, mid-calf hiking boots, and so on. Seeing this variety in shoes at the bus station prior to boarding was re-assuring knowing that some people would consider doing this hike with regular shoes.
Only being 5 minutes into the hike, I’m glad we brought our trail shoes as the ...
... of years. They're attempting to restore it, although it looks like plans are on hold during the recession. Nearly all the buildings were closed while the brochure stated that each would hold different collections in the future once fully restored. All in all a great photo op being a high point in the city affording us great views of the town & sea.
Starving and looking for some of the restaurants from our guide book (hoping ...
... 7th c. A.D. along with the invasions by Saracene pirates. It was constructed to control Souda Bay. Its name is derived from the mythic battle between the Muses and the Sires in which the defeated Sirens threw their feathers, thus remaining featherless ("apteres"), became white and fell into the sea, forming the small islands in Souda Bay. We saw evidence of occupation by Greeks, Romans and Germans. Nice swim at the beach just west of ...
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