Hotel Batis Perivolia
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The day started with a walk along the beach, we stopped to speak to a lady who was chatting to a younger man. They were both British and were interested in our travels. We passed the tavernas of which a couple were open and at the end of the beach where the waves were reaching the top we cut through to the road. We headed back and then had coffee before setting out for Rethymno. We need to top up the Internet and we can only do that at ...
... did the 1000 mile checks while Catering made use of the oven and baked a fruit cake and made a venison casserole, enough for two days.
After lunch we updated the blogs and photographs, sent some emails to friends that had written to us over Christmas and then continued our research for our Spring travel plans.
We have enjoyed our week in the Villa, the ...
... don't seem to have shepherds with them, so we presume that they don't have any predators here. The road was Tarmac, but in places there were shrubs growing out of it, large pot holes and a lot of rocks and that had either fallen in landslides or washed onto the road in the recent storms. We climbed up to 1200 metres before winding back down. Luckily on the narrower up hill we ...
... be warm as he even joined me for a paddle. There were two other couples walking, both English speaking, we exchanged greetings, then headed home for coffee and FaceTime with the old 'Druid'. It was good to see him in person and looking well.
We had a light lunch washed down with champagne, having decided to eat Christmas dinner around 5 O'clock,
We sat out ...
... we kiss each other and give wishes. Then we exchange presents and eat the New Year’s Cake! When we make it, we hide a coin in it. So, when it’s time to eat it, we cut it in pieces and each one of us, takes one. The first piece is for Jesus, the Saints and for our ‘home’. The rest are for us, starting from the oldest to the youngest member of the family. Whoever finds the coin will be the luckiest person for the ...