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... They've done an amazing job building a woman's shelter in India all with local materials and knowledge in the little Himalayan foothills. Back to Hania. It's fun driving in an ancient city. Alleys are narrow, cobblestone is slippery and drivers are, like everywhere, impatient and often idiotic. If you use a signal it's a sign you're from out of town. Headlights on the highway, foolishness. Double solid indicates someone will be passing in your ...
I again apologize for the length, but the content is worth it. We arrived in Chania, Pronounced "Hann nyahhh". I had arranged for a driver in Crete, as I had not been here before. Crete, is pronounced “Crrrreet tea”. Pantelis was waiting as soon as we got off the tender. We drove through streets that would soon be pedestrian only. As we drove higher and higher in the foothills, he was describing Greek gods, who fought with ...
... and delightful maze of alleys and side streets. The area is a mix of Byzantine, Greek, Venetian and Turkish architecture. Tomorrow is a sea day. So we are just going to be lazy. The only thing we have to do tomorrow is meet face to face with Israeli immigration officials. We have an appointment with them in the morning. Those officials came on board in Barcelona. The following day we will be in Israel. It will be Happy Hour ...
... to work for our views. The paths were challenging with lots of stairs and large rough rocks. We were glad that we rented walking sticks from our guide. It was great to have them and not have to carry them on our entire trip. They certainly helped with my balance on the boulders and across the rocks in the river. We certainly needed to concentrate nowhere we were walking especially as we crossed the river ...
... One last stroll around the town and much too full to fulfil plans to have a last drink at the harbour we left this romantic setting to tackle the very unromantic packing up process. We did not have a weight restriction issue for Air Canada but we did for our Aegean Air flight so there was some shuffling to be done. This hotel had a scale in the washroom. Jury is out on the merits of that idea. It did come in handy for weighing the ...