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Paul did get to the Fort and has the photos to prove it. Saturday - the long walk to Loutro. I was suffering with the heat so caught the Ferry and left Paul to 'tramp'. It was a long hot walk along some very narrow ledges but he made it and then we hit the beach! The blue blue water is lovely. ThenTaverna we are staying in is ok - nice ...
... down the Gorge. We set off from the top of the Samaria Gorge at 09.30 - it is all downhill from here. Scenery spectacular. The decent is unrelenting - we have to concentrate very ******** where we put our feet. There are lots of natural springs where we can refill our water bottles. We try to stop for lunch but the wasps are a real problem. We cross log bridges - not my favourite, walk through very ...
... to be challenging. Rock paved pathways switch backed down the side of the mountain for what felt like ages, though amounted to an hour by our measure. We’re talking rocks roughly the size of your fist to the size of your head. Many had become polished and smooth on the edges creating a very dangerous walk down, as every step had to be taken with care. 20 minutes in, we passed an older couple headed back up the trail. Shortly thereafter Jen began ...
... a woman or even another man to joust for a better spot – one must prepare for the opposing glares, slaps, or clenched fists of others. Lesson learned though – the rule of public transport anywhere is not first come first serve, but rather first shove first serve! Especially here. Boarding challenges aside, public transport here is extremely convenient & efficient in Crete. We’ve booked our hotels close to the ...
... 7th c. A.D. along with the invasions by Saracene pirates. It was constructed to control Souda Bay. Its name is derived from the mythic battle between the Muses and the Sires in which the defeated Sirens threw their feathers, thus remaining featherless ("apteres"), became white and fell into the sea, forming the small islands in Souda Bay. We saw evidence of occupation by Greeks, Romans and Germans. Nice swim at the beach just west of ...
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