Monday, July 18, 2011
We rented a car and drove from the North coast of Crete to the South coast, a beach called Sougia.
The road was narrow and zig-zagged up massive mountains. At the peak we were next to gigantic windmills and could see the water on both the north and south sides of the island. A few times our path was blocked by hundreds of goats taking over the road.
After descending we were greeted by a nearly deserted rock beach.
Looking left on the beach.
If you keep going straight from here, the first country you hit is Libya.
"Don't look now, but I think that guy with the camera is looking at us..."
Back in Chania, the Venetian harbor at night.
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