I’m here on the water’s edge of what’s considered to be the most beautiful Old Town in Greece. From my vantage point, I see a Venetian lighthouse standing sentry over a narrow harbour entrance and a Turkish mosque – now serving as an exhibition hall – opening its doors to the morning air.
This is Chania, second-largest city on the island of Crete, where the architecture provides just a sliver of insight into a turbulent history…
Read the full story here and in the new issue of Taste & Travel International magazine.
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Hi Catherine, You’ve certainly taken your writing in some fascinating directions. Do you do the layout? I’m eating toast and peanut butter as I read. Congratulations on the piece, a lot of work went into that, and the bonus of a trip with your daughter. Patricia
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Thanks, Patricia. Credit for the layout goes to T&T’s wonderful creative director, Charlotte Kahn, who’s based in New Zealand. She spoils me terribly – makes even my clunkiest work look amazing.