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... we would need dinner that night, but with the rain coming down again, our sunset spot in Falasarna (supposedly best sunsets on the island) was a no go, so we found a nice little hotel in Kaliviani. There was a restaurant in our little booklet in the tiny town that sounded too good to pass up, Gramboussa, named after the nearby peninsula. The food was all magnificent, especially the feta cheese baked in the oven with olive oil, tomato and oregano in puff pastry, the setting charming ...
... 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 ...
the people passing by and the sightseeing boats coming and going. It must be
very hectic in the high season.
We caught a bus to the airport in good
time, and enjoyed the drive out to the peninsula where it is located. It is an
international airport with a full size runway. We need ...
... around the lower
part so you can see if anyone is inside. We quickly changed and walked into the
water, which was however quite cool, but having got that far, we plunged in and
had a very refreshing swim. The Mediterranean
is saltier than the Pacific and very easy to swim ...
... was waiting at the town and we set off to cross Crete from south to north, which means going up and down and round and round, as it is across the grain of the country. Fortunately we had more or less got used to Cretan roads by this time. The worst part was driving back from Chania dropping off people on the way, in reverse order, and it was about 9 o’clock when we finally reached Kolimbari, very tired but very pleased to have achieved the walk and seen such a wonderful ...