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... chapel that looked like a ruin from the exterior, but was fully furnished with beautiful icons inside. We joined the swimmers for a dip on our return, paddling out to near the southernmost point in Europe, where we are south of parts of Africa's N coast. Tomorrow, Pam does the ferry and bus thing solo, while Dave hikes Samaria Gorge to the top of Crete from where he hopes to hitch a ride to Chania to reunite with ...
... they also could've charged a fortune for but didn't. We ate gyros at a beachside cafe in the little village waiting on the ferry. Nick and I took a dip at the rocky beach to wash off the dirt and grime from the day. As it turns out this is one of the villages along the southern coast that you can only get to by boat. I had originally wanted take the ferry to some of these villages but ...
... off. This had happened one time in Indonesia and our instructor there assured us it was not uncommon. Of possible concern, though, was that after it happened to her last summer, Lynn's ears remained significantly clogged for some 10 or more days afterwards. But, Jerome wasn't too worried about it, either, so we looked forward to our second dive in the afternoon.
The second dive was rather similar to the first with some added scenes below like a newly submerged ...
Crete is incredible. In planning for this trip I was told over and over again by people in the know about Greek travel that to come to Crete for anything less than a week is a waste of time. I took that to heart and we are, in fact, staying a full seven nights in Crete and it has become painfully obvious that we are going to just scratch the surface of only the western half of this large island. Crete is the largest of the Greek islands and the ...
... beaches today, a stony beach that was covered in pebbles and a nice sandy beach. I didn't like the stony beach that much because it was hard to walk across the beach without tripping over. the sandy beach was nicer than the stony beach. The beach was divided into two halves one side for nudist people and the other for non-nudist people. The water was crystal clear and felt good to swim ...
Other places to stay in Crete
Limin Hersonissou, Hersonissos | 3 star hotelfrom $258
Aghia Pelagia, Agia Pelagia | 5 star hotelfrom $257
PO Box 9 (Platanias), Chania | 3 star hotelfrom $63
- More like a 3 star
- Animation team
Limenas Chersonisou, Hersonissos | 4 star hotelfrom $117
Limin , Hersonissos | 3 star hotelfrom $130
Limenas Hersonissou, Hersonissos | 5 star hotelfrom $156
- Loved it, brilliant!
- Lovely Complex
- Poor Restaurant
Elounda Bay, Elounda | 4 star hotelfrom $235
- Simply marvellous
- Champagne for breakfast, stunning views and sweets on your pillow
Ag. Ioannis Street, Stalís | 4 star hotelfrom $113
Adellanos Cambos, Adelianos Kambos | 5 star hotelfrom $206
- Excellent hotel
- Highly recommended
- Loved this trip
Sissi Lassithiou, Sissi | 5 star hotelfrom $149
Elounda Lasithiou, Elounda | 5 star hotelfrom $398
- Can be wonderful, can be bad as well
Limenas Chersonisou, Hersonissos | 4 star hotelfrom $114
- A realistic review...
- Great holiday
- Never again
1 Dedalou, Hersonissos | 4 star hotelfrom $77
1A Malikouti Str. , Heraklion | 4 star hotelfrom $189
Mononaftis Area, Agia Pelagia | 4 star hotelfrom $142
52 S. Venizelou Ave., Rethymnon | 4 star hotelfrom $178
- Not quite perfect
- Friendly staff
Anissaras beach, Hersonissos | 5 star hotelfrom $113
Kato Daratso | 4 star hotelfrom $121
Gouves | Hotelfrom $45
Akti Koundourou , Agios Nikolaos | 5 star hotelfrom $92
PO Box GR, Malia | 4 star hotelfrom $199
Rethymnon, Platanés | 5 star hotelfrom $316
Aghia Marina Beach, Agia Marina | 4 star hotelfrom $118
2 Igias Str, Heraklion | 4 star hotelfrom $128
75 Dimokratias Avenue, Heraklion | 5 star hotelfrom $122
M. Portaliou 26, Rethymnon | 4 star hotelfrom $119
- Fabulous Hotel Great Holiday
- Great hotel
- Loved Theartemis, Rethymnon