Awalnya tidak tertarik untuk holiday ke Yunani..aku bilang..gak deehh..pasti tempatnya gersang dll 😂😁😆..pas tiba di crete island dan lgsg jalan2 sore ke kota Rethymno..Olalalaaa...
cantiknyooo kota iniii 😁😘😍langsung takjub dgn keindahan kotanya dgn pohon2 palem di sekitar jalan dgn hamparan laut luas di sebrangnya 😘😍😙 blm lg pas melihat Fortezza kota kuno yg ada di Rethymno..OMG..aku tidak menyangka ternyata ooh ternyata Yunani ituu indaahh 😁😁😍😘😘 #rethymno#greece2017#fortezza#oldtownofrethymnon#summerholidays2017
Monday September 25th: Tour day 124:
Going from #crete to #mykonos with a #ferry leaving at 9:00 am.
So getting up at 5:00 am and leaving my hotel at #rethymno at 6:30 am - still dark and even bit cold going by #motorbike to #heraklion - but what a #ride ! As I was going mainly east the #sky became slightly red just ahead of me and behind the costal #mountains and finally the #sun came up and I could feel her rays warming me! What a great morning and how lucky I am that I can experience that all.
Believe it or not - but I even passed Bali on my tour! 😅
Ferry #highspeed7 had stops at #santorini#ios and #paros but finally brought me to Mykonos. Had some problems there to find #mykonosdreamvillas
I was only like 10 m away from the house but was not aware. I called my friends and we arranged to meet at the airport - some 7 km away. So they drove there by car - I drove there by motorbike and then we drove back together. How embarrassing for me to get "lost" right in front of the right house! 😖
Oh but the best: open air #dinner right at the Mykonos #beach#promenade and together with 8 very nice people. It is so good to meet #friends when you are far from #home !
🕌 #crete#greece#rethymno#nerantzremosque#Nerantze#The Nerantze Mosque is one of the most impressive and best preserved monuments of the old town of Rethymnon which, like many other buildings, underwent changes, as did the city itself.
In the Venetian period, it functioned as a church of Santa Maria (the Virgin Mary of the Augustinian Order), and a chapel dedicated to Corpus Christi was built next to it. When the city was seized by the Turks, the church was turned into a mosque dedicated to the conqueror of Rethymnon, Gazi Huseyin Pasha; however, it was more commonly known as the Nerantze Mosque (1657). Later during the Turkish rule, the Venetian terra-cotta tile roof was replaced by the three characteristic domes that can be seen today, and the church was converted into an Ottoman Seminary (theological school), with a minaret added to it. More specifically, the minaret was built in 1890, according to designs made by George Daskalakis, a famous Rethymnian civil engineer of the time.