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Our four days on Crete just scratched the surface of this varied island's history and landscapes. Here are some random shots and impressions.

We read in more than one place that Falarsarna, western Crete, had sunsets `better than Santorini'. We decided to put it to the test.

We made a late decision to veer off track to the rugged Gramvousa Peninsula in Crete - it turned out to be a great call.

The beautiful town of Chania in Crete was a revelation of light and colour when we visited in October.

That is the typical "whatever" flower. I took the picture on Crete in 2013. So it isn't an actuell one, but at least I took it in May. I didn't have any…

Let's pretend it would be summer. Let's pretend it would be summer in Greece. Let's pretend it would be summer in Greece and I would be on a beach. Let's…

It was a little bit frightening to drive on Cretan roads. There some unwritten laws, like using the side strip on the highway for driving and not only in case…

This stone with at least one artificially cup mark lays in the Center Court of the Minoan Palace of Malia (Crete). It's situated not far away from a room with a…

An octopus is an intelligent mollusk. It's capable to throw a rotten shrimp as a "I'm peeved"-statement right on the desk of its zookeeper! A soft body and…

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We didn't worship Helios during the day, because we didn't visit Poseidon in his home - although he offered a calm sea. Therefore we watched Helios in the…

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