Sunday, May 8, 2016

Crete, Greece




Crete is a long Island with a mountain range down the middle.

We took a bus ride to the top of the mountain where there was an old castle.

The first photo is looking over one side of the mountain and the second photo is looking at the other side.

We took a walk through a small village.

The roads go straight up. No curves here.

The mountains are called 'the white mountains' because the mountain tops stay white with snow year round.

And the beaches are sandy and long.

The drive up the mountain is full of pintail curves.

Again here are the white mountains. Almost every spot on the island is terraced  and used for olive orchards or  some kind of garden. The drive was amazing and beautiful.

3 comments:

  1. I am just loving your travel reports and photos Wyona. Keep them coming. Thinking about Gelato. Feeling grateful for the time I got to travel in Italy with you, Arta and Greg. The trip of a lifetime.

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  2. Ha, ha, ha. I am accidentally logged on as Arta. Mary here. I guess I should stop posing as my mother and log out of her account. Sorry Arta!!!

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