With oh-so-many things to tell you about Greece and other delightful destinations, we are starting a series of Snippets and Snapshots.
We begin with something fishy about feet in Crete:
It seemed the craze in Crete -- from its large city Heraklion to its tiny southwest coast village of Agios Roumeli – is the fish pedicure. I’d read articles about this type of beauty treatment (one, a 2008 article in the Seattle Times, reporting Washington State had deemed them both unsanitary and illegal) but until visiting Crete, we’d never seen such a salon.
While our sandal-calloused feet would have been a tasty treat for them, we couldn’t quite bring ourselves to stick our travel-tired tootsies in a tank with these tiny (toothless?) technicians.
Would you have tried it? Or have you tried it?