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... orange nets, they really stand out on the hills, Peak Park wouldn't allow them if we grew olives in Derbyshire.
At one of our photo stops we met a couple from Argentina, they had left their camper on the main land and had hired a car to tour Crete. They took some photos of Dream Catcher and said they really liked it.
We dropped down to Sougia an undeveloped resort with a waterfront promenade lined with many tavernas. It is of ...
After a very stormy night with thunder endlessly rattling around the mountains we awoke to continuing wind and rain. We hadn't set the alarm so we had a late start. House keeping did some washing as there is somewhere undercover to hang it and with this wind it should dry. Next we took advantage of the free wifi and caught up with new year messages and the blog, we sat inside the cafe and chatted to the German man who has a camper parked here. He comes here with ...
It,a very wet and windy again this morning. We set off to drive across to the south coast. As we left the beach area the track had become very rutted with the rain water flooding down it, it made us wonder how the Austrians were going to get up it in their camper. As we climbed up into the mountains there were a lot rock falls across the road we picked our was around them and in another spot there was a large branch that had broken off a tree, we managed to squeeze past it. Further on ...
... a small herd of goats ahead of us and Logan was wanting to round them up, as he was on the lead he kept running around us following his herding instinct. Back at Dream Catcher we could see the Austrians paddling across to the Islet. We took of our shoes and socks and zipped off our trouser legs, then walked across the beach to paddle across ourselves. We had to be careful as in places the water was quite deep, luckily Logan was out in front so we used him as ...
... look as if they belong on the Caribbean. The road ends just before the beach and we continued along a half washed away track by the side of taverna with very happy cactii !! We parked in a parking area next to a small camper with French plates and set off to explore the beach area which appears to be fenced off. There are boards with rules and regulations of what can and cannot be done as this is a protected area. We walked along ...