After an overnight ferry and no sleep we arrived at Kos at 7am exhausted. Amazingly, the hotel let us check in at 8am and we slept till 3pm. The next day we left for Turkey. Can’t say much about Kos except its very touristy.

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Clearly the last 24h has been a blog-a-thon for me. Phew! The weather in Kos isn’t too nice at the moment (cloudy and windy) so blogging time! We arrived in Santorini at 4am in the morning after our ferry was delayed for 4.5 hours. Luckily our hostel had a free of charge pick up from […]

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Chania, Crete

After 2 consecutive days of flying, and sleeping in airports we were pretty tired when we reached Crete. As luck would have it, our hotel let us check in early so we could catch up on some snoozes. It’s funny how a few weeks back, we left Greece to go to Macedonia because we thought […]

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Meteora is located in Northern Greece about 4 hours from Athens. It has the 2nd most important Eastern Orthodox monasteries after Mount Athos (which doesn’t let women in). It is also a UNESCO heritage site because the 6 remaining monasteries are literally built on rock pillars. After visiting Meteora, I realized that because of faith or belief, men […]

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After an 11 hour bus ride we arrived in Athens; our bums have never been so sore. Having spent such a long time in the Balkans, we had a reality check with ‘Western’ prices. Luckily we found a dingy hostel that fit our budget/lifestyle. The first thing the hostel worker told us was to always […]

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