Hotel Stefan Village
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... mountain scenery as far as the eye could see. We rocked up at a hotel we had written down the name of and for 40 euro per night were shown to a gigantic room with a big fireplace and a balcony looking across the mountains with sheep and goat bells clanging below us. The owner gave us a bottle of raki and a huge handful of raisins in some alfoil to welcome us! We watched a lightning storm across the ranges from our hotel room, and then headed into town to see what was around. It was ...
... who had warships in the harbor and were bombing the island. Venizelos was the politician responsible for making Crete a part of Greece in 1913. There were beautiful views of the town from this hilltop. There is a small church there which was rebuilt with funds from Csar Nicholas the II.
We then went to the town center to the market which was opened ...
... that we dried out
in the sun for a while and then walked along the water’s edge looking for the
famous pink sand, produced by pink shells as they are ground up by the sea. We
did see some, and it was very pretty though not as spectacular as in some of the photos you can ...
... feets all the time" which was very good advice, as Tamara found when she got distracted and sat down rather suddenly, fortunately resulting in nothing worse than a grazed arm. The cliffs are several hundred metres high, and the gorge is only three metres wide at its narrowest point, known as the Iron Gates. The rock of the cliffs is spectacularly folded, showing different strata in dramatic curves. We were warned that parts of the walk were “very dangerous” due ...
... oil. Ah devine. Back on the bus, I ended up speaking with a man that had his family on a month long holiday. Initially I thought he was from Greece, because the family spoke Greek, however when talking with me he had an Australian accent. He lived in Greece until 18 and then moved to Australia, where his is now a successful journalist. It was great to connect - we talked about the price of iPhones (much more in Australia turns out). We talked ...