Deep Blue Sea at Georgioupolis
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... look. As we parked an old man aged 86 came to greet us, he spoke very good English and seemed genuinely pleased to meet us. The cemetery was quite large, it was very noticeable that a good percentage of the graves were for 'Unknown Soldier' very sad. We still had a few hours to kill so we walked around Souda, a run down sort of place with a quay side factory that makes animal feed from grain, it gives off a strange smell, a toasted grainy alcoholic smell, it's ...
... potato wedges and sliced radishes, with our ordered shandy s, came a small carafe of raki and 2 shot glasses. The main course- Les had the spit roast lamb and I chose lamb cooked in a sauce, a local speciality. We both chose Greek salads to accompany them. We were very full and unable to finish the salads, after enjoying chatting, a couple of hours had passed, we asked for the bill, but first the owner bought ...
... filled with people, most locals eat around two o'clock. It was around 4.00 when we got back, Les had a snooze, lunch time drinking! Whilst I read my book. As it went dark we walked Logan, it was so nice and mild we walked back into town, it's the first time we have been out in the evening in ages, we are often parked outside towns and villages, about an hour later we arrived back and made a sandwich for a late tea before sorting out ...
... orange nets, they really stand out on the hills, Peak Park wouldn't allow them if we grew olives in Derbyshire.
At one of our photo stops we met a couple from Argentina, they had left their camper on the main land and had hired a car to tour Crete. They took some photos of Dream Catcher and said they really liked it.
We dropped down to Sougia an undeveloped resort with a waterfront promenade lined with many tavernas. It is of ...
... one if those that you never tire of looking at. Life is very easy here, we don't have to think about anything, where to stay, have we enough power in the batteries, where to get water from, on the other hand everywhere you drive to to visit you have to do a return journey.
Tomorrow we're back on the road, so we packed some things up ready to load back into Dream ...