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... spinach with olive oil. Crete is famous for its olive oil, and rightly so! After lunch we took a walk around the harbour and out to the old Venetian fort with views out to the Sea of Crete, and mountainous inland the other direction.
We enjoyed breakfast the next morning sitting at an outdoor café on the main square overlooking the Lion’s fountain, where we tried bougatsa, flaky pastry parcels of goodness, one with a semolina vanilla custard filling and the other a ...
CHANIA, CRETE, OCTOBER 15, 2014
Today we are in Chania, Crete (pronounced HAN IA). This port city is on the western coast of Crete. It was founded in the 3 century BC.. It has been occupied by many ethnic groups over the years but it has always been Greek with the Greek language. Crete is the largest of the Greek Isles. There are over 35 million ...
... side of the harbour. After lunch we continued down but we could not
retrace our steps from there so headed in what we hoped was the direction of
the bus station. Dave was having severe doubts about it when we saw a young man
holding a map. He turned out to be a Dutch
tourist who spoke excellent English and we ...
... reached Elafonisi beach, on the south coast. It is a very popular
tourist resort, an we saw lots of signs offering accommodation nearby. It was
still hot, so we shouted ourselves a beach umbrella and two sun loungers. To
change, you go into a little cabin on the beach, which ...
We got up at 4:30 to catch the bus from the nearby village of Kolimbari at 5:15. We had prepared a packed lunch the night before, so we had a quick breakfast and arrived at the bus stop in good time. While we were waiting we met a German couple from Hamburg who were also doing the walk and exchanged pleasantries in German (except Dave). The bus went along the old coast road, picking up people along the way, then more people from little side streets of Chania, so by the time ...