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CHANIA, CRETE, OCTOBER 15, 2014
Today we are in Chania, Crete (pronounced HAN IA). This port city is on the western coast of Crete. It was founded in the 3 century BC.. It has been occupied by many ethnic groups over the years but it has always been Greek with the Greek language. Crete is the largest of the Greek Isles. There are over 35 million ...
... knees. Although it was windy and partly cloudy, many were swimming. It was too cold for me. But I did walk around exploring, I went to the island through the lagoon and all along the beach. The sand is pink in some places. This is because of the shells of some of the sea creatures. We were there for over 3 hours and then headed back. On our way home, we stopped at this romantic little village restaurant that served only food they grew in and ...
... so good, so musical, so mellow. It is Sunday here, and not much in the actual city is open - only tourist town. I walked by several apartments or flats where extended family was congregating on a Sunday, perhaps after mass. You could see the mix of new world and old world Greek. Many older women and man walking in all black. And the younger people are all just like us. I headed back to Old Town, where I am staying, for an afternoon ...
... Kalitsounia, essentially a spinach and cheese hand pie. Apparently these cats are not vegetarians as he was more interested in the German man next to me that threw him some fish. I did spend some time outside of the tourist area, walking through the city. Every inch of space is covered by some structure and that structure goes up. Apartment buildings, cafes, clothing stores, restaurants - all crammed in and ...
After 4 planes, 1 train, several buses and a cab, I have made it to my destination. Chania (pronounced Hania - learned that the hard way) Old Harbor in Crete, Greece. It has been a long time since I have traveled abroad and oh how much I have forgotten. It is a good reminder and humbling feeling to be in a place where you don't speak or read the language. I met some great people along the way. To Amsterdam, I sat next to a couple from ...