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... up one massive hill, 20euros... Greg took the cheap option and ran. Almost beat the donkeys. Oia saw us relaxing, reading, eating and reaching genius level in The Age Quiz. We left there on Sunday 27th at midnight via a giant ferry. Slept in our little cabins all the way to the beautiful island of Kos, where we caught our final ferry for the 45 minute trip to Bodrum, ...
... of Santorini light up with the most amazing colours and glow. It is so beautiful and I really can't even put down in words what a great experience it is to be here and tick such a huge item off my travel bucket list. Tomorrow is May 10th and it will officially be our 1 year wedding anniversary. I am so lucky to have such an amazing husband who loves me and wants to go on travel adventures with me. This past year has been so much fun and I am loving married life. I am very excited ...
... a short 10 minute swap over. We contemplated Ios but in the end had decided to just go straight to Santorini seeing as our trip now also included Kos. Ios, much like Mykonos was another one of the famed built up, more famous, of the islands. Although the small amount that we saw did look beautiful, I think we made the better choice of staying in Naxos for longer.
Arriving into Santorini was actually just a small taster of what we were to experience on ...
Happy Birthday Laura and our last day on Santorini. We decided to do one responsible thing and get our laundry done one last time before we left for Paris. We took them to a local place and decided to go to the grocery store and buy a few things for our lunch on the plane. We also decided to go to one of the many bakeries in the area and have a pastry and coffee.
The place was near the bus stop so there was plenty of interesting people ...
... I wish I could tell you something lovelier about Greece, especially when so many people dream of travelling there. I didn't hate it; I just didn't love it. Since January I have been dreaming of Jerusalem - researching restaurants and fair trade coffee shops and hummus. I never thought I would find myself on a Greek island instead.i wasn't prepared. I suppose if I were to be brutally honest, I would say that I spent a bit of the week sulking, and that very well ...