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Back to an educational day! Today we met our driver and our tour guide to head to Kronos place and head up to the birth place of Zeus. First to the palace. This is a Minoan palace that was 4000 years old. It was amazing to see the art, pottery that had been discovered. It was also impressive how peaceful (they had no warriors) of a people they were and also how advanced. They has piping and a septic system. We also got to sit ...
... like us.
The Greek food is wonderful but Cretan food even more so. The yogurts at Breakfast were nice and having cucumbers feta olives and tomatoes at every meal is my dream. The tomatoes here are always sweet and tasty.---not sure what is up those US tomatoes that look great and lack flavor. They have ten different cheese and phyllo pies and superb cheeses like kephalotiri and ...
... baby on the way. We stopped at a taverna by an amazing beach. The food was very average, the beer was good, the water looked several shades of turquoise & quite choppy, the sand was golden and Lance got a rusty nail through his foot. Luckily his tetanus is all up to date. The beach was located close to the islands airport. The planes were coming in to land what seemed like every couple of minutes. It was a lovely spot to cool off and watch the sea and ...
Fourth of July In Crete with no fire works :( Today we drove from Chania to Heraklion to our new hotel. The drive took two hour through some beautiful country side that reminded us of California, but without all of the people. Once we got into Heraklion we saw a man pull off a no sign and start yelling at another man in Greek (referendum vote is tomorrow). Other than that, we have seen very little of the referendum besides signs ...
... a trip to the east coast and another night in Heraklion. But in truth I'm pretty relieved to be heading back. Crete has been a blast, but I'm looking forward to some downtime.
Involuntary eavesdropping: an English couple next to me on the ferry apparently had to leave their rental car in port (as opposed to the rental office). They're now arguing about... something. Traveling alone has its downsides, the most obvious being the lack of someone or some people with whom to ...
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