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... work though. We were getting hotter, the shade was waning and we were done with the stores. We walked to the other side of town, not far at all, and before us – more blue water and a glorious beach. Now, I wish I had my bathing suit. Oh well.
Now more hot and tired, we decided to return to the ship and rest. We grabbed a bit of lunch, staked out two lounge chairs on the pool deck, and relaxed in ...
... as there wasn't enough room. The flights went quick enough but we spent more time waiting than moving. Boarding at Athens was as interesting as when the bus took us to the plane it was ******* down with rain. So we had to sprint from the bus to the plane, everyone on board was wet to some extent. Not only that, when we went to board my seat had been changed from 9a to 9c, still next to Mel's 9b. We weren't impressed until ...
... first Moussakka with grilled haloumi as a side. Mel tried cheese pies but did not like them, they were a bit too sweet. So she just stuck with the garlic bread. The owner was very friendly and gave us a cheesecake type desert and some raki to finish. Raki is a digestive the waiter told me, in other words it's alcohol that can dissolve the food you just ate. It certainly did burn and warm the tummy on the way down. Great way to finish our last night in Greece. Rome bound ...
... a sun lounge and both dozed off a little. To wake us up we went for a swim, our first in the Mediterranean. A bit cool to start with but very refreshing and as the weather started to change from the south it was warmer in than out. We hopped out and ventured into town for a snack. Found a lovely bakery where we had hot chocolate, profiteroles (called "soo" here) and chocolate mousse. As we sat the weather closed in complete with ...
... of town we found it only had a 1/2 tank of fuel. We rang and told them, bit of a casual bunch, not like hiring a car in Oz. Ali drove back to our resort before we swapped for the afternoon excursion. Ali navigated us up into the Lassithi Plateau which took in some good sights of a large dam and gorges. Mel got used to the small, tight and winding roads, changing gears ...