. While my time in historical Athens and mystical Meteora were divine, my arrival into romantic Santorini I started off on the wrong foot. However, there’s a blessing in having unexpected roommates when you travel, even if you’re forced to share beds with them! The notion of getting around a place can occasionally feel like a challenge. With Santorini, it wasn’t […]
Metcora is one of those top jaw-dropping sites I’m glad I visited. For me, it’s right up there with the first time my mouth went agape stepping foot off the plane into Ladakh or when I saw entered Hong Kong‘s night only to witness a endless paths of apartment light leading straight to the heavens . Jaw… drop…ping is the only […]
Real World Santorini : The blog house . Can a honeymoon in Santorini exist for solo travelers? Due to the fact I’m both, blogging and YouTubing, the responsibilities of “traveling as a travel
The sharp karst rocks jut sharply into the sky, reaching for the heavens. It was if Halong Bay had grown soil and vegetation in the place of water. Some rocks held tiny monasteries perched at the isolating tip. Unfathomable. It was
When I searched Meteora for accommodations there seemed to be a wealth of guesthouses, hotels and camping grounds (yes, camping grounds!). After coming from a snazzy shared AirBnB apartment and a funky youth hostel
11 Greek Food Favorites: Watch the video for more food images! . When I first arrived in Greece, I didn’t know I might have difficulty eating as a vegetarian. The Greeks however, love their fish and cured and smoked meats, so as a vegetarian my options felt slim.
“I never wanted to go to Athens, I always thought it was a dirty city,” the Spanish girl said to me in the crowded airport shuttle, as we all introduced the last country we came from.
Things to Know about Greek Island Hopping: Ferry from Athens to Santorini . Before I left for Greece, I researched what island stops were on my route to Santorini. I wanted to know whether I might want to island hop and how feasible it was to do so on one ferry ticket? That answer must’ve
When you first arrive into a country and you don’t know what to eat, sometimes, it’s easier to start with street and bakery foods. At least, that’s the way I approach it until I get a better idea of what the country’s food entails. That’s my toe-dipping