Hotel Sunshine Matala
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... kerb all day. Good to know.
So what can I say about Crete.
I think its called the food bowl of Greece - and there appears to be a very good reason for that. The food here is amazing. We were lucky that we got some very hot tips about where to eat while we were here. Not able to get to all the places on that list, but did get to at least three of them. And I also have to mention the breakfast food here at the hotel. What an amazing ...
... in the world, she said that "British wines were winning awards". We all should think about our favourite British wine for a few minutes.
We are all tired of talking, except for Jack, of course.
We are tired of unfamiliar food, and miss our own beds. We have been away so long, it sometimes feels as though we have abandoned our friends and we get excited at a friend email. They are few and far between ...
Another Venetian harbour, and a fort, and an old town. But this time a very pretty old town. Lots of narrow streets filled with cafes, shops, old doorways and balconies, and lots of flowers. It's a mixture of Venetian and Turkish architecture – rounded stone arches of the Venetians and overhanging balconies of the Turks. Very pretty.
The fort sits on a head land on the edge of the old town ...
... my singlet, and then my coat on. Finally I loaded up all my pockets with my heavy stuff (books, plugs and recharge stuff etc.) I looked like mitchelin man and was very hot.
Lake night flight so ended up getting a taxi to the hostel. They had a curfew of midnight and I wasn't sure I could get a bus and find the place before then. No meter and ended up paying 15 Euro for a 15 minute ride (or less). Win some, lose some.
Heraklion – ...
... was built to lock the Minotaur in. Today there is just some stones and other pieces of rubble but from what I imagined I think the palace would be really impressive especially for something that was built 4000 years ago. Unfortunately a British archeologist, Arthur Evans, in the 1900's found it and tried to recreate the palace how he thought it should be. Modern archeologists now think he got it a lot wrong. At the villa we packed our bags because we are leaving ...