In April we’re off on our travels again, walking across Crete West to East. Sometimes we’ll follow the E4 European trail, but with our own variations.
Category Archives: Karpenisi to Ano Mousounitsa
“Help! Help! Jane!” There was panic in Alan’s voice. Had he fallen and broken a leg or ankle? I remembered the words of warning in the Mountains of Greece guide: “There is no mountain rescue, so don’t have an accident.” … Continue reading
Thick fog, drizzle, cold. My instinct was to retreat further down into my sleeping bag. Instead, we warmed up with a quick coffee and set off down the mountain in the hope of a hot breakfast at Grameni Oxia. As … Continue reading
Glorious blue skies, mountains all round, soft springy turf underfoot: it was another perfect day. It reminded me of the Ridgeway back home, but much, much grander. It was cold, though. As we climbed up above 1500 metres, I was wearing my … Continue reading
Sometimes there’s nothing special to say about a day’s hiking. No dramatic weather, no exciting encounters, just the pleasant routine of placing one foot after another, enlivened by the small pleasures of finding the right path, a cafe open for … Continue reading