Many years ago I saw a recruiting poster for the University of Miami. It featured a couple of student bodies lying on the beach along with the come on "We've got your degrees"
So I've come up with a hypothetical daily schedule for the foreign archaeology students at the University of Crete's smaller centers:
10 AM: Day begins with first class: coffee/tea and conversational Greek, discussion of previous days finds, lectures on the archaeology of Crete
11:300 AM, 12 Noon or so - 2 PM: Meal time with a full English breakfast
2 PM - 7 PM : Field work, visits to other sites
7PM, 8:30 - 9 PM or so: light dinner
9 PM or so - 1, 2 AM or so: physical exercise, conversational German, Swedish, Norse, English, etc., depending on the student's aptitude and interests
1, 2 AM or so: Massage following physical exercise, depending on the student's luck
2 - 10 AM : sleep
Saturday's open for shopping, text work
Sunday's open for religious services, preparing for the next week's field work
Any student who wishes can live in a primitive field camp on the south side of the island digging through 10s of feet of volcanic deposits looking for very early maritime remains.
(kb, I added that last study track especially for you.)