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... Crete so late! The trip was a bit choppy. Mikey managed to walk around and to the on-board cafe a few times. I tried a little walk but didn't feel so good when I did! I was fine just sitting, so that's where I stayed!! Suffice to say, I'm glad that was our one and only ferry experience of this trip!
Crete is the biggest and furthest south of the Greek islands, and almost felt like a separate little country all of its own. From east to west and north to south, ...
... 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.
... this fell into ruins and was removed, leaving the defensive
structures and major historical buildings. These buildings are in various stages
of restoration. The hill has a fine view over the town and harbour. After
exploring the area, we went down the far side of the hill to a taverna with a
fine view over ...
Crete-the wine, the food, the hospitality and kitties! Crete is known for the cats-a pretty healthy bunch of semi-feral cats that are all over the island. A bit like the chickens in Kauai the cats are just a part of the backdrop. A few of them are exceptionally friendly and Auntie Charlotte has a few on her list to come home with her:)
It has been ...
... my ******. I began with a 30 minute massage with hot oil, focused on my back and legs. Then I moved into the Hammam room, which is a circular room covered in marble that is heated and has steam. As you sit and melt the stress away, you are served hot tea. There is a faucet with a pail under it. You pour water (cold or hot) into the pail and and then scoop it out with another bowl and pour it on yourself. After about 20-30 minutes, ...