Tuesday, 6 May 2008
The central route leading out of town is always a busy road. Even on a Sunday evening (when this photo was taken), it's amazing to see the array of busy people on the road. The three-wheeler is supposedly a model on the brink of extinction, but it surfaces here.
In between the traffic lights on the left, there is what looks like a little narrow street. This is in fact Halydon St, and after 300 or so meters, it leads to the beautiful old port of Hania, with the little cafes lining the harbour.
On the right hand side is the taxi rank beside a square called 1866, known to be an migrants' hangout.