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September 13, 2007

Sunset on summer

Well, by the time you are reading this, we shall both be back in the UK. I'm working through most of September and October, so I'm not really expecting to update the site much during the next few weeks.

We'll be in Crete for a week-and-a-half in October, and then we'll be moving back to the island again in November.

As last winter we ended up in Salzburg, we've never been in Hania during the off-season. It should be a whole new adventure as we find out what stays open all around the year - and just exactly how cold our house can get.

Until then, it is farewell to the Hania summer.

Sunset farewell

Thanks for reading the blog, and we'll be back in November...

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So strange to see "Sunset on summer" photo. Can you see the "square" rock at the right end of those black rocks? You can actually climb on the top of it. Once you are there you will discover that there is a naturally sculptured seat where you bum fits perfectly. You can sit and face the open sea. When the waves are high the rock is shaking every time it's being hit. Try it, it is a wounder full experience.

PS. Was feeling sentimental this morning. Made a search in Google: Aptera Beach. Your Blog came up first. Looked at the photos of the old bungalows. I spent the best years of my life there. My father wrote a few of his books in one of those rooms. I kissed a girl for the first time in my life there...

Well hello there! what fun I had reading your blog ,it all sounds fantastic! Maybe we could get in touch some time.....that is claire if you still remember who I am?!!
Long live google and ïnternet hurray!
x cara

Cara, great to hear from you. Sorry I can't email you, we didn't get your address. Email me at claire.forrest@gmail.com.
Hope to be in touch soon, Claire

wow ... love that pic. You know I have never been able to get a great shot like that.

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