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... on the beach, more swimmers came and went, I tried the toe test! It feels far too cold for swimming, just a paddle was enough! The beach cafes are open and the one closest to us has a group of Brits enjoying the sun and coffee. Eventually a few clouds bubbled up and we took our chairs iver to Dream Catcher and had lunch, , after we drove to the port at Souda to buy our ferry tickets. The 'Old Druid' had told us about the British war graves at Souda, we went to ...
It's another beautiful day, we exercised Logan on the beach before driving to Chania. The route we took was over the hill back to Almyrios, we really like this area. We parked on the sea front for coffee, whilst waiting for the kettle to boil, Les noticed that there was a gash in the tyre wall, he decided it wasn't safe to continue driving on it and after coffee he changed it. En- route, we ...
... originals are in the museum in Iraklio. After 2 hours exploring and covering 100% of the sight, a few other tourists had arrived. We bought coffee and cakes at the cafe and enjoyed them sat in the sunshine. Les suggested driving back to Lake Kournas and having lunch at one of the tavernas that spit roast lamb. Sounds lovely! We were there for around 1.30, we have Logan a walk, then went for lunch. We started with ...
... the cafes. We explored the old town a bit more finding the Rimondi Fountain with it's spouting lions heads before heading to the front to find a restaurant for lunch our New Years treat. We chose a traditional Greek place. It had an extensive menu, at the recommendation of 'The Old Druid' we both had Kleftiki, sliced of lambs leg slowly cooked with vegetables and potatoes, it was delicious! Washed down with beers. The ...
... another track but with the same scenario. However we saw the sign for the Agia Irini Gorge, we thought that we would walk up the gorge tomorrow.
We returned to Dream Catcher, we had been out a couple of hours and the sun had gone leaving the valley chilly as the wind blew down off the snow.
We don't have any Internet at the moment so we prepared the blog and chose which photographs we would use before we had tea. We then read for a ...