A night out at Hippopotamus in Hania harbour
Very soon after we arrived in Hania last year our explorations of the harbour took us past the Mexican Restaurant and bar called Hippopotamus that nestles amongst the fish restaurants at the less-touristy end of the harbour.
It seemed like it must have been put there sepcifically for us - my mum collects hippos, and we love Mexican food, so it seemed an obvious place to eat.
But somehow, until this week, we never got around to it.
We made up for this with a vengeance on Tuesday night though - gorging ourselves on Mexican food and Mojitos.
The waitress must have thought we were also ordering for some friends who hadn't arrived yet, because our nachos, fajitas and enpanadas all arrived together, and presented us with a gastronomic Mexican marathon.
We did the chef proud though, and chomped through most of it.
The mojitos there were superb, and the food really nice, and very, very hot. A definite place to visit again.
The funniest bit of the night was caused by a god though. We could hear this thing yapping away, but couldn't see it anywhere.
Then one of us looked up, and saw that he was giving everyone the benefit of his barking opinion from the safety of his first floor balcony!