A woman of peace from Crete. Easy to see learned peace in her face book. Peace creates beauty. It is no secret ... it is a choice. Her face simply shows a journey of right decisions - even if by hard lessons learned. ~ Psalm119:165 "Great peace have they which love thy law: and nothing shall offend them."
Crete has been home to a series of incredible civilisations over the millennia and this beautiful Greek Island in the Mediterranean is packed full of cultural and natural highlights. It is the largest of the Greek Islands and has its own cultural traditions, making it a unique place to visit and explore. Here are my top 10 things to do in Crete: http://www.worldwanderingkiwi.com/2016/04/greece-top-10-things-crete/
To visit Greece.. play in the turquoise water, witness the Balkan countries stones, having a randevú with lazy evening and wine in those alley restaurant, exploring Crete on cycle, staying in a Traditional Oia's greek house....
#Ano #Hersonissos is small, quaint and quiet village with a rural character. Though it has been affected by tourism, has largely traditional architecture and life flows more slowly than in modern cities the north coast of Crete. Stone houses, old wells and wood ovens will have the opportunity to see the visitor walking in the narrow streets of village. Ano #Hersonissos is located 2 kilometers from the nearest beaches.
The Mystery of Linear A. Linear B was the writing system used in the late Bronze Age (2000- 1100BC) in Mycenaean Greece and has been successfully deciphered. The mystery remains with Linear A tablets, though. It appears that Linear B may have evolved from Linear A, as they share similar symbols, but Linear A does not represent the Greek language and to this day the tablets still remain undeciphered. Linear A was used in Crete between 1800-1450BC.