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... the best dolmades we’ve ever tasted, a fresh egg omelette with pork marinated in vinegar, their own special Katsohiri cheese (even better than halloumi) and of course the raki and Greek sweet treat thrown in to finish off the meal. The owners were so friendly, they even gave me this weird coat hanger mobile contraption when we left as a good luck gift!
That afternoon we took a drive to nearby Axos, where we stumbled across a wooden sculpture museum. The artist ...
... by Venizelos. It was very interesting. All sorts of Cretan products on display.
We then walked to the Church of the Virgin Mary. This is the main church of Chania. It is quite small in side but very pretty. After our visit to the church, Dennis and I walked back to the ship. We have walked at least 2 miles every day and sometimes as many as four.
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 ...
... The trunk has a perimeter of
12.5 m and a diameter
of 4.6 m, and is completely hollow inside. Tamara could climb inside easily.
There was also a very interesting little olive museum, and an old olive press.
After driving along more steep and windy
... feets all the time" which was very good advice, as Tamara found when she got distracted and sat down rather suddenly, fortunately resulting in nothing worse than a grazed arm. The cliffs are several hundred metres high, and the gorge is only three metres wide at its narrowest point, known as the Iron Gates. The rock of the cliffs is spectacularly folded, showing different strata in dramatic curves. We were warned that parts of the walk were “very dangerous” due ...