Postcard from Gavdos

In late July there’s no shortage of takers for the two-hour journey to Europe’s most southerly outpost, the tiny island of Gavdos, 48kms off the south coast of Crete. The ‘Samaria’ ferry which plies the iridescent blue water from Paleochora, arrives at the jetty on time, and the assembled throng of backpackers, trucks loaded withContinue reading “Postcard from Gavdos”