Golden Bay Malia
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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It was a quiet night on the harbour. After breakfast we walked on the beach with Logan, he was very wound up by all the local cats, sometimes he's like a dog possessed!
Before setting out for the day, we enjoyed coffee sat out on a bench on the harbour side.
The drive to Matala- In mythology this is where Zeus swam ashore with Europa on his back, in more recent times Matala earned legacy ...
... deep gorges, by the middle of the afternoon we turned off the main road and dropped down the side if a gorge, at one point it was so tight you could have touched both sides, however you would have got wet feet in the river. It's amazing how the roads are cut into the hillsides. Passing through a very narrow road in a village the overhanging balconies had their height painted on them, luckily the lowest was 3.5 metres.
At the coast we found a place to park at a small harbour in ...
... a great job in exfoliating the soles of my feet. Logan enjoyed having the ball thrown for him. When we returned, one of our neighbours had packed up and moved on, they had a large camper with a slide out panel on the side, both of the other campers parked here have a moped, which they use for going into town. we had lunch and then drove to the supermarket for a couple of supplies. There are ...
... the gorge but after a short way the river was in our way, too fast and wide to cross, disappointed we retraced our steps. We ate our lunch before driving to car park B 3 kilometres further along the road. Off we went again, dropping down a track and then a steep path into the gorge. We could hear a goat's bell and bleeting, as we turned a corner the poor goat had it's head stuck in a wire fence, every time it tried ...
... t find a launderette, but there was a barbers shop open, Les desperately needs a hair cut. Whilst we waited for his turn the owner served us coffee and we were able to use his wifi. The cut was soon done and Les now 'looks like the man I married'. We returned to the harbour and had lunch, then set off along the coast road, as we drove east the weather was deteriorating, we could see rain ahead on the mountains. The road snaked around very stark grey mountains, this area ...