Coming to get you!
There’s never an iceberg when you need one!!!
We left Crete yesterday and return to the UK after a wonderful three weeks staying at the Vritomartis Naturist Resort.
And updated copy of yesterday’s video
Our stay in Crete at the Vritomaris Naturist Resort is coming to an end. We will miss it!
We travelled from the Vritomartis Naturist Resort by boat to the small village of Loutro yesterday. The village is only accessible by boat or along a goat track. A delightfully charming little village with wonderful shops and tavernas.
How many times in life do we have to make a yes/no decision?
Join me at the Vritomartis Naturist Resort close to Hora Sfakion, Crete as I listen to the very busy bees and other insects buzzing around large plants close to our beautiful room which overlooks the Libyan Sea. You might also hear the occasional bird!
These tiny spotted beetles (top left of image) spent the whole day in the bush outside our room mating. Twosomes, threesomes, foursomes – beetles, it seems, have a really good and varied time in the mating season. Lucky them!
A wonderful local dish which is a pancake, filled with feta cheese, with honey on top. Delicious!
I came across this little chap whilst I was wandering around the mountains in Crete today. He or she wasn’t best pleased to see me and soon scampered off. We’ve been trying to work out whether anyone owns the goats or whether they are just wild…
There is not a lot of room for error when you take the road through the mountains in Crete.
Enjoying our time in Crete at the Vritomartis Naturist Resort (growing old disgracefully).
A rusting weapon, probably from World War 2, found lying around close to a taverna in the mountains in Crete. War – what is it good for?
The Pong Boat. When I first noticed the boat I thought it had PONG written on the back but, on closer inspection, it turns out it is a boat selling natural SPONGE, sea shells and so on.
Found! Where the booze is hidden!
Looking down from the mountains in Crete towards the southern shore of this wonderful island.
Do you eat the shark, or does the shark eat you?
The Desert is TRULY a powerful dish!