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Agia Marina Donkey Rescue Sanctuary, Mires
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Ausflug ins Landesinnere von Kreta. Sehr freundliche Führung. Esel und andere Tiere waren dort. Die Anfahrt ist nicht so gut ausgeschrieben. Sehr gutes Engagement was hier privat alles gemacht wird fü... read more »Excursion to the Interior of Crete. Very friendly management. Donkeys and other animals were there. The location is not so well written. Very good commitment what here privately, everything is done for the animals. No admission - donations are gladly accepted.show original
Een non profit organisatie, deze mensen doen geweldig werk. Ze vangen verwaarloosde of waar niet meer op gepast kan worden ezeltjes op. Maar ook andere dieren die hulp nodig hebben. Ze hebben een klei... read more »A non profit organization, these people are doing a great job. Catch them neglected or where no more on due can be donkeys on. But also other animals who need help. They have a little shop where you can buy stuff and the proceeds will go to the animals. You can also donate what. We are here 2 x with what dog or cat food like carrots, purchased goods and flea straps for dogs. Are you near, search for them on. Fani tells a lot about the reception.show original
Aufmerksam geworden durch diese Berichte begaben wir uns am heutigen Tag zu dem Esel-Gnadenhof. So schwer zu finden war er nicht, man muss nur auf den gelben Stein mit dem Esel achten. :-) Der Hof lie... read more »By these reports we went today to the Donkey Sanctuary. He was not so hard to find, you must pay attention only to the yellow stone with the donkey. :-) The farm is located west of Petrokefali. We were greeted very nicely and around. Brought apples and carrots it was happy. :-) Then the donkeys have may how stroke. Some have even encouraged and always came back to be petted. Others were less sociable. Also all kinds of other animals live on the farm: goats, geese, cats, dogs... The farm is operated privately. Fortunately, there are people who have such a big heart and care volunteers about these great animals! We bought some stuff from the donkey shop and have been happy again.show original
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