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... 8217;t an issue. I hop in the cab, “where you go?” he asks. “Happy days hostel, in Malia” I reply. “HOSPITAL !?” he turns around quickly and looks at me. UUUUGH I’ve now decided that hostel doesn’t translate in foreign countries, I’m over that word for life. Anyways, half an hour later I arrive at my HOTEL, get out, “how much?” I ask. He says “55 euro” .. okay well NOW money is an ...
... joked that she needed the book because it was her first tour and then backed that up by saying she has actually been a guide for 25 years - starting when she was 5 years old! The Greeks have a dry sense of humour that sometimes isn't recognised.
Another dash back to shore and ship and another lunch on board as the ship heads for Santorini.
Everyone on board is buzzing and looking forward to this stop but dire ...
We left Chania early on Thursday morning by bus and headed for Heraklion, the capital of Crete. It is a larger city and many say it isn't too interesting but we liked the feel of it, especially after the crowded, noisy old city of Chania. On the first day, after we found a hotel, we boarded a bus and went to the Palace of Knossos. Knossos was the capital of Minoan Crete. It is grander, more complex, than any of the other palaces and it is located ...
... next part of this might be a little x-rated so beware! As we walked, in the dark, I kept trying to keep my undergarments up! They were loose and the dress I was wearing was loose and ... and ... I gave up. So, I did the Horas, until the offending garment fell to my ankles where I scooped it up. I realized I couldn't fit it in my change purse, so I yelled 'OPA' (silently of course) and threw the damn thing over a stone ...
... driving cars or bikes down them. Everything was so narrow you couldn't walk on sidewalks (if they existed) because vehicles park on them within a foot of the buildings. Seemed weird the first day but by we were soon all just going around like the locals.
I thought Knossos was mindblowing, but 'wow' the Heraklion Archeological Museum was beyond that!! It is one of the largest and most important museums in ...