Aquila Elounda Village Hotel
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The washing was out on the sunshine before we had breakfast. After breakfast house keeping had a good clean in Dream Catcher, before going for a long walk on the beach. The beach is very long probably about a mile. The sand is grey and course with yellow patches and pebbly at the back. I removed my shoes because they were filling with as s as it was quite soft and deep in places. The course sand ...
... out it's horns got entangled in the wire. Les quickly set it free and we continued downwards. Zakros gorge is slap known as gorge if the dead, as there are a lot if caves that have in historic times used as burial tombs. The valley bottom was full of shrubs and boulders with a path snaking through them, if course it stopped at the river, which again we couldn't cross. The shrubs are mostly wild herbs, thyme and sage, ...
... and not very welcoming. We found a small cove to park for the night, there is definitely a storm brewing, the wind us getting stronger and there are occasional showers. The cove is very nice, there is a long beach in a tight curve with steep mountain sides at each end, the centre area is all olive trees leading up a gentle incline to the village which us about 5 kilometres away. There is one taverna which is closed up for the winter which has a small lake behind it and at ...
... a few smaller speed boats and yachts and some children just back from sailing were washing off a their of toppers, We walk back around to the harbour and decided it would be a nice place to stay for the night. Tomorrow the town will be open and we can explore further. I forgot to mention in yesterday's blog, we will need to find somewhere secure to park Dream Catcher whilst were in Nepal and Namibia, if any one has any ideas or suggestion, please let us ...
... ours runs a trekking company, Nepal Myths and Mountain Trails, once a year he organises a medical camp in the Sherpa area where he originates from. We will be going to assist with that. After that we will go on a trek to witness a festival in a remote area inhabited by Tibetans. 3. Fly to Namibia for 3 weeks self drive safari in --------- a Defender 90 of course. 4. Return home late June. OK so it's not all going to be in Dream Catcher, but it will still be an ...