Sunset Hotel & Apartments
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... t take long to
forget about all of the things that I've done. At least to forget about the minute
details that make it worthwhile. So I will have to post pictures for those days
and hopefully the story will come back to me.
I will try and fill in some of the last days later on as I have time, but for now…
If you are reading this,know that I am safe, and having the time of my life! ...
... both brilliant and open to new stuff still, they both took on board some nutrition advice and are changing certain things to be more healthy, this I find refreshing.
Although the weather is much better than the UK we have had our fair share of rain, so much so the other day we had a rather severe leak in the kitchen. This was caused by some issue by the water tank and the result was that all of ...
... museum here about local life. We have a quick walk around there are a few shops selling touristy things, a few tavernas that are open and quite busy with a coach load of students, the church in the centre is very old, but closed. The next stop is back at the coast, we were heading off the peninsular, the road was becoming less winding and the landscape opening up into olive groves, the mountains were behind us now and before long we were at Kato Gatzea a small village in a small ...
... which most if the walking routes follow. We failed at the first hurdle, we couldn't find the first pathway, marked with a red mark, which should have turned off the road climbing back the way we had driven. We decided to carry on up the road as the path should rejoin it higher up. When we got to a junction and as the weather is still damping we decided to stick to the road. The wind last night has blown fruit off the trees and there is a very large ...
... we picked Boletus mushrooms first which are a yellow/brown mushrooms that hides under the local foliage. Well once we knew what to look for we stumbled on a vast amount, see the pictures attached to believe it. Her knowledge on mushrooms was better than ours and so we felt comfortable enough to eat them for our dinner later in the day. We found another type ...