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... us. One man sat alone reading a newspaper, others sat in a group outside smoking, drinking coffee, continuously fondling and rotating their worry beads, banter and laughter going on between the tables, greeting newcomers and fare welling others, in between ordering another cup of murky Greek coffee, a beer or a fire water raki or ouzo. One has to wonder what they do in these places what seems to be all day, every day! They seem to have mastered the art of what appears to be just ...
... 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.
... to find that we
were on the right track after all, and not long afterwards, we came out near
the waterfront, that we walked along to reach the fort initially. The bus back
to Chania was very full, but we managed to get on, and had an uneventful trip
back, and a quiet evening.
... around the lower
part so you can see if anyone is inside. We quickly changed and walked into the
water, which was however quite cool, but having got that far, we plunged in and
had a very refreshing swim. The Mediterranean
is saltier than the Pacific and very easy to swim ...
... 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. ...