13 April in sunny Kato Zakros

Kathy crossing the "ford" on the road to and from Kato  Zakros. We've added several of the stepping stones ourselves. It's easier to negotiate in day light than in the dark.

Kathy crossing the “ford” on the road to and from Kato Zakros. We’ve added several of the stepping stones ourselves. It’s easier to negotiate in daylight than in the dark.

The lunch we made for ourselves today. This consumed in our courtyard garden under a warm Cretan sun.

The lunch we made for ourselves today. This consumed in our courtyard garden under a warm Cretan sun.

Kathy in the entry to Pelekita cave. It's a hug cave. We only went in a little way as our head lamps seemed a bit dim for the vast darkness. The floor was also very steep and slippery.

Kathy in the entry to Pelekita cave. It’s a huge cave. We only went in a little way as our head lamps seemed a bit dim for the vast darkness. The floor was also very steep and slippery.

Walking back to Kato Zakros along the rugged coast line after visiting the cave.

Walking back to Kato Zakros along the rugged coastline after visiting the cave.

Dinner at the best taverna in town. Tonight we had fresh caught fish. Yummy.

Dinner at the best taverna in town. Tonight we had fresh caught fish. Yummy.

4 thoughts on “13 April in sunny Kato Zakros

  1. Hi there Kim and Kathy.. Another gorgeous day for you both. What smashing adventures you are having. The walk back along the cliffs is so spectacular and dramatic. Thank you for your stories.Last week we did manage to get away in our van for our inaugral camping trip to Elk Falls campsite, just north of Campbell River. Everything worked perfectly and we lots of fun.
    Brenda

    • Hi Brenda, so glad you and Rick got out in your camper! Kathy and I are still sporting the scrapes and scars from that last hike on Crete! But it was indeed so beautiful – the adventure was worth the effort!

  2. Hi Kim and Kathy,

    The “hug” cave sounded interesting – any hugables in there besides you 2? The hiking looks challenging but at least you weather has improved. You seem to attract stormy weather Kim! I have an article for you about the Nepal storm. It is very interesting. Stay safe – I am off to the airport for my 4pm flight to Vancouver then on to London, England. Love,

    Marianne

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