Travel Blogs from Rethymnon
... Greek salad, potatoes, and skordalia [skor-da-YA] (the garlicky spread/dip I had the other day that I couldn't think of the name - made with bread or potatoes as its base, potatoes in this case). All delicious again. We finished just in time for me to for me to get my things together, and Johnny and Nick dropped me off at the airport for my evening flight to ...
... and after much indecision) we decided to just drive back to Chania and I'd bunk with Nick and Lisa in a spare bed in their room. This caused an impromptu dinner put on by Johnny's cousin Evanthia, and her husband Efthisi did the grilling. At least 2 dozen pork chops were grilled, lamb chops, pilafi, salad, and I can't even remember the rest. So much food. So good. And most of the family joined ...
... not enough. The best has already been created so why try? That voice has silenced my creativity for a long time.
Confession - I am working on a novel. I have been for quite a while, but I often get stuck because that voice is speaking louder than my imagination. I have learned an invaluable lesson here this week - Don't worry about how beautiful something is. ...
... on a blank canvas is simple. Just start! We all have our own thoughts and desires; our own story. That’s where we start. Who doesn’t like to share their own thoughts or ideas? Everyone can write by just putting down random thoughts without even thinking about the chaos on the paper. You can set a ...
The time difference has helped me fit right into Cretan/Greek life. I slept in so I had a light breakfast at the hotel, a good lunch about 2:00 (for those who know me that's way late because I'm usually about to gnaw an arm off by 11:30am), and getting ready to head out for a late evening meal after meeting up with Nick and Lisa and part of his family. I walked around part of the old city today. Towards ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking