It will be another 24 hours before another ferry is ready.
Here' s what we did today- which probably didn't help us make the ferry but did warm our heart and feed our souls. Besides cleaning and getting the workers situated for work done while we are gone we also visited some relatives and since we were in Chania anyway with nothing to do after the ferry incident we went to the historic park and took in a photography exhibit in Chania and came across a lovely 9th century cave church.
This is the very lush village of Sfinadi. This is Georgia's house- as beautiful as she is.
|Such a beautiful and quintessentially cretan home.|
|Bee boxes- you can see bee boxes dotting many areas of Crete.|
|Georgia and Nico and family- The food and wine on the table was|
from their land. Delicious!
The bunnies! The kids remembered the bunnies from our last trip when they were able to hold baby bunnies and the bunnies peed all over them. The kids have that as a great memory and bee-lined it for the bunny area. The bunnies were too big to hold but they still enjoyed seeing them. These bunnies are used as meat for such delectable dishes as stifado.
We also enjoyed visiting with Michaeli and Cleanthes. We visited while enjoying grapes and pears and good company.
|We said goodbye to Stellios the Magnificent. He owns and runs the best souvenir shop in Crete|
plus he is our friend. Many thanks to Stellios for bringing over grapes, tsikoudia, wine, tomatoes and some great
nights out with his family.
|lighting candles in a cave off the road in Kastelli|
|look at the beautiful marble tile|