Hotel Mikro Village
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... she could come and check us out. The food was delicious. Once we had payed and discussed what good year it is for olive oil, we drove into Ieropetra, the economic centre of the green house industry. We shopped and then looked for a top up shop, by the time we got to it it had closed for the afternoon, it amazes us that businesses make any money here, they always seem to be closed!
We drove along the coast occasionally, the road climbed over rocky outcrops and wound it's ...
... depots, these are always busy with pickups dropping off the sacks of olives which are stacked on pallets. Les did a few little jobs, we had lost a hub cap so he replaced it and checked there was still enough grease as a lot was splattered around the wheel. It's lovely to get the washing dry and put away without it hanging around us inside. In the evening we looked some more at itineraries for our ...
... out it's horns got entangled in the wire. Les quickly set it free and we continued downwards. Zakros gorge is slap known as gorge if the dead, as there are a lot if caves that have in historic times used as burial tombs. The valley bottom was full of shrubs and boulders with a path snaking through them, if course it stopped at the river, which again we couldn't cross. The shrubs are mostly wild herbs, thyme and sage, ...
... and not very welcoming. We found a small cove to park for the night, there is definitely a storm brewing, the wind us getting stronger and there are occasional showers. The cove is very nice, there is a long beach in a tight curve with steep mountain sides at each end, the centre area is all olive trees leading up a gentle incline to the village which us about 5 kilometres away. There is one taverna which is closed up for the winter which has a small lake behind it and at ...
... the attractive harbour from the circular Vousismeni Lake who's shore is lined with cafes and restaurants. It wasn't far and we parked at the harbour and walked through the town to the others side where there was a marina. There were four campers parked in the marina car park, it must be a popular site for overnight stops. We walked through the marina, there appears to be more boats in dry dock than in the water. There are plenty of big yachts ...