A week in Crete

You’ll think after visiting Greece a few times you’ll have enough. But if you go there once you’ll fell in love with their culture, the Greek cuisine and their beautiful islands . No need to say that it won’t cost you a fortune to visit Greece and I promise, you won’t be disappointed.

This time we decided to visit Crete, the largest of the Greek Island. We landed on Chania Airport and just to make our life easier on the island, we  rented a car and went to Kissamos, where our accommodation was.

dji_0028Listening to Greek music, and enjoying the views was just what I needed.  As soon as we got there we left all the baggage’s in the room, put the swimsuit on and went to explore the island. Places like Falassarna, Elafonisi, Platanos, Paleochora,  Balos need to be on your list if you ever go there. The views are just breathtaking, giving you a feeling of freedom, wishing you could live there forever.

_mg_9036Our days were simple: mornings on the beach, afternoons hiding from the sun in the Greek tavernas, enjoying things like the traditional gyros, souvlaki, Greek salad with the heavenly feta cheese and the homemade olive oil, followed by few more hours on the beach and nights out around the island eating more food, cause why not? It’s not like you’re home and everyone is staring at you while you stuff your face with everything you find on the table. Life is made to enjoy it and in the end you’re on holiday, so better make the most out of it!

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Drone pics taken with DJI phantom 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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