Eliros Mare Hotel
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... around his incredible carvings including a huge eagle and a whole wedding scene.
Anogia was a real little gem of a town, mostly thanks to our social interactions with the local Anogian people. They are warm, enchanting, and incredibly generous people. A little brochure I picked up expresses this very well – “For the Anogians every visitor is a guest of honour and they feel obliged and delighted to host him and to make him feel good and welcome” – ...
... 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.
... side of the harbour. After lunch we continued down but we could not
retrace our steps from there so headed in what we hoped was the direction of
the bus station. Dave was having severe doubts about it when we saw a young man
holding a map. He turned out to be a Dutch
tourist who spoke excellent English and we ...
... that we dried out
in the sun for a while and then walked along the water’s edge looking for the
famous pink sand, produced by pink shells as they are ground up by the sea. We
did see some, and it was very pretty though not as spectacular as in some of the photos you can ...
... fort we could see from the village. It was a very hot afternoon and the climb looked extremely strenuous. He was away sufficiently long that we sent put a search party, which found him walking back along the road to the village, tired but very pleased with his achievement. We had time for a meal and a paddle before catching the ferry to the small town of Sougia along the coast. We had fine views of the cost from the ferry. It is largely uninhabited and accessible only by boat. ...