So what do we wind up with? Well, the photographer is facing east and looking along the N coast of Crete towards Chania in the upper right. The mountains on the horizon are the Akrotiri - that bold peninsula which stretches northward and to the east of Chania and where, among other things, the Gouverneto Monastery is located. I've labelled everything in the next photo:
Now if we can just reproduce this view in Google Earth that will constitute proof that we have the right cape:
When we compare these two photos about the only thing that hasn't changed is the gross outline of the landforms themselves. The same road along the shore is just visible in both pictures but the little houses that line it in the earlier picture have now been crowded out or replaced by a bloom of touro-junk architecture. I looked into Google Earth and in this area I counted something like thirty fresh-water swimming pools along with a plethora of tourist 'villas' and a miniature golf course. This desecration has even begun to extend inland over what were previously farms. If we ignore all that, though, it's clear that the recreation has singled out the right cape and has even reproduced something like the very same angle of view.
Here's the same area in a Topoguide map:
Here we see Cape Galatas on the left (W) and there can be no doubt about which Cape Dr. Hood intended. Here it is from directly above:
Somewhere on this plateau the MMI settlement was located.
After doing all this work I discovered a description in Moody . She says:
"SITUATION: Coastal headland
.6 km W of Kalamaki Beach. Overlooking the E end of the Stalos and Aghia Marina beach." 
If I had started with Moody things would have been much easier. Here's a map that shows what she means:
This map is from Topoguide and it shows the two beaches to which Dr. Moody refers and Cape Galatas sitting right in the middle. If you look at the left center of this map you'll see that I placed a white 'x' there. This marks the approximate position from which Hood's photo was taken. But more on that in my next post.
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 Hood  "C. 6. Galatas; 1. 'Psathi'", 108.
 Moody  (no page numbers), Appendix III, Site Catalog. "GA1; Kydonia: Galatis: Kato Stalos: Psathi"
Hood : Hood, M.S.F., 'Minoan Sites in the Far West of Crete', The Annual of the British School at Athens (60), pp. 99-113, 1965. Online here:
Moody : Moody, Jennifer Alice, The Environmental and Cultural Prehistory of the Khania Region of West Crete: Neolithic through Late Minoan III, Ph.D. Dissertation. The Graduate School of the University of Minnesota. 1987. Online here: https://www.academia.edu/536263/1987_The_environmental_and_cultural_prehistory_of_the_Khania_region_of_West_Crete_Neolithic_through_Late_Minoan_III