Prince Of Lillies
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... 8220;Okay, we go.”
And now here I am, telling you this story...still sick, though. But maybe I have to sleep or something before the drink will actually cure me.
Time will tell, I’ll keep you posted.
p.s it is now the next day after a decent sleep and I can tell you - I'm still sick. This is clearly beyond rakki's help, and no matter what a fisherman tries to tell you ... he isn't a doctor. That's a fact.
... I hadn't planned to go ashore as I had visited before but I could certainly understand the disappointment of those who didn't get a chance.
I ate on deck 9 at the back of the boat and then headed off to peace and a good book - thank goodness for my Kindle. It is very rough and hard to walk along the hallways but cosy in my little cabin number 6018 - perhaps I should have tidied it before taking a photo though!
... We have imbibed much of the local firewater-lemon, honey and original-and even seen the distilling process at a local taverna, eating many Cretan pies, zucchini balls, stuffed zucchini flowers, fresh squeezed orange juice and yogurt and honey to last us for quite some time! We almost managed to run out of gas on the backroads (and I mean back roads) but ...
... minutes south of the modern port city of Iraklio.
"Knossos was inhabited for several thousand years, beginning with a neolithic settlement sometime in the seventh millennium BC, and was abandoned after its destruction in 1375 BC which marked the end of Minoan civilization. The first palace on the low hill beside the Krairatos river was built around 1900 BC on the ruins of previous settlements. It was destroyed for the first time ...
... to check in David's bag caused a little concern but not sure what.
Upstairs to wait for a plane. 14 rows of seats. Haven't been in a plane that small for years.
The best bit was having to get on a bus to travel 200 metres to a plane that was 50 metres away.
arrived in Haraklion to our very flash looking hotel. Was very nice for a change but I have enjoyed our family accommodation.
Dinner, discussing hire cars and ferrys then bed.