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Travel Blogs from Kokkini Hani
... of the harbor and lighthouse from the second floor windows.
After meandering along the streets of the old town and the market, we decided to grab lunch before boarding the bus to Heraklion. We decided to test out our new rules for Greek Restaurants:
1) Only eat at cute places. If the restaurant is beautiful, the owners take pride in the establishment and therefore their food.
2) Only order one appy and one main OR ...
... now starving as lunchtime had come and gone. Lunch itself could hardly be called food. I think we managed to stomach 25% of it, plus it was bread surprise for Jen. Bread in the Greek salad, bread on the “pork” (aka fat with a tiny amount of meat), utensils served on bread. Good lord. And that treat cost 21 Euro! We’d been had again. For dinner (much earlier than expected considering we barely touched lunch), we hit up a spot recommended in ...
... uncovered from tombs (cremation) & all the small artefacts, were handmade of course, were offerings to the gods. So intricate in detail & the gold so paper thin. Women of wealth were depicted in artworks with their hands in the air showing of their jewellery & status....nothings changed has it! The intricacies of design & clasps can be seen in today's jewellery. Your earring that hangs from your ear hangs with the same hook design made ...
... there’s really no point coming here if you can’t eat dairy. It’s magic. I’m not exaggerating. (Insert Brad’s comments: She’s exaggerating)
After a breakfast of, you guessed it, yogurt & nectarines, we decided to chance it and take the metro. On the way to the train, we passed many taxi drivers offering rides. "Strike today, no buses!" (as buses are driving by on the same street) ...
Antonia kindly took us to the local markets this morning. The vegetables are superb.. I know our vision is slightly clouded by excitement.. but they definitely are very good quality as we get to taste now & then. You are so right Manuela...self catering is going to be a struggle to slip back into! There are 2 microclimates here for growing fresh produce.. the plateau in the mountains & the low areas near the coastline....all year ...
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