Eastern Crete – A Notebook

For anyone planning to visit the beautiful island of Crete, here is a book that could be of use. From the blog of Kritsa, who has written a book about Crete herself, a novel called Kritsopoula, girl of Kritsa.

Kritsa, at the heart of it all

517D17qjCKL._SX311_BO1,204,203,200_ One of my favourite travel writers, Richard Clark has a new book out focusing on my favourite region of Crete. Well, I live there so I cheerfully admit my bias. Richard has a knack of taking you on a journey through his eyes that either makes you nod in appreciation with a ‘Yep, that’s what I thought/saw about that place’ or ‘Mmm, I must visit there.’

Many guidebooks about Crete are unfortunately out of date and only skim the places they mention. Richard brings a fresh approach, and gives more detail while encouraging your own exploration. I’m proud to say I was able to make a small contribution to the book and thoroughly recommend it.

To learn more about the book Click Here.

The photo on the book cover was taken in Elounda and I’m looking forward to standing right there to soak in the view. Congratulations, Richard for capturing…

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8 thoughts on “Eastern Crete – A Notebook

  1. This looks like a very useful guide book indeed, Marina. When I visited Crete in the 1980s, I drove around for two weeks in a hired car, using a huge fold-out map given to me by an English friend who had just returned from there. He had marked some places of interest, but I am sure this new book would have been a better option.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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      1. Hi, sorry your message didn’t get through, odd things happen sometimes.If you replace the AT in the following email address with@ you can email me. kritsayvonneATtalktalk,net Best wishes, Yvonne x

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