19 June 2015

Postcard

Dear All,
This is the view from our hotel at Sissi on the north coast of Crete. I took the picture last evening . The island on the horizon is Dhia but we won't be going there. I am typing this near the hotel reception where the wi-fi connection is okay but now it is time to go for another swim and to see if Shirley has fried to a crisp on her sunbed. Perhaps a cold "Mythos" beer from the fridge is also in order. Life can be so hard sometimes. 
Best wishes, 
Yorkshire Pudding

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  1. Dear Mr and Mrs Pudding
    remember to re-apply your sunscreen every two hours and keep your fluids up ~
    much fun!

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    1. Which "fluids" are you referring to Carol?

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  2. Except for that strange mountainous object in the distance, Crete beaches look just like Florida beaches. Where we went, however, that would be a sunrise and not a sunset. Moonrises are very nice also.

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    1. Sunsets/sunrises/moonrises/moonsets unite the people on this planet. We all marvel at them.

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  3. Dear Holidaymakers,
    A view of your hotel would probably not be as interesting as the view from it. I hope the rooms are clean and the nosh excellent. Enjoy all the swimming, sunbathing and sightseeing (if you have time for any)!
    Best wishes,
    Meks Librarian

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    1. Dear Meks,
      We have a car booked for three days from Monday morning so will be doing a little more sightseeing - Spinalonga being on our list.
      Enjoy your office work and do as the boss tells you!
      Regards,
      Red Pudding

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  4. Yep! Life sure does get tedious, don't it? :)

    Yep! It's tough and someone has to do it...so it may as well be you and Shirley, Yorky. Hang in there! I know you can do it!

    Enjoy! :)

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    1. Not too happy about the thumping bass from the poolside bar but we all have our crosses to bear I guess.

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  5. And my best to you and your bride, Mr. Pudding. What a glorious picture!

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    1. I will post a couple more pictures before too long Mama Thyme or should I call you Boo-Boo? Big Bear's smaller companion.

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  6. I've never seen the sun setting over the sea as of course we live on the east coast and only see the sun rising over the ocean... and I can't say I've seen many of them !! Your holiday sounds like a real holiday and not a trip.. if you get my drift??? Enjoy yourselves and relax.

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    1. "Trip" v "holiday"? I know what you mean Helen. Yes. This is a holiday for my hardworking nurse-woman.

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  7. Envious, moi? Living with the wettest, coldest May/June I can recall, of course I am! Enjoy yourselves. (That's a suggestion; I wouldn't dream of telling you what to do.)

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