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Well hey there blog readers! The last stop on my Easter break trip was a maaaagical place called Corfu. Corfu starts with the letter C. What words can you think of that start with C? How about charming? That’s a … Continue reading
In case you hadn’t heard, Greek Easter is a BIG DEAL. It’s easily the most important holiday in the Greek Orthodox calendar, and is certainly more important than Christmas. Everyone has been telling me ever since I arrived that I … Continue reading
Santorini truly deserves its place among the most beautiful sights in the world. The whitewashed buildings and blue domes, the regional food specialties, and the spectacular sunsets are only part of the island’s charms; as a whole, it is a … Continue reading
The most amazing thing happened when I got to Lesvos. …Everything went wrong! Aside from the place I had picked to stay at, nothing went according to plan. The bus schedule gave me only two choices of towns to visit, … Continue reading
Let it be known that even if you are from Montana and happen to be on a Greek island in November, the water is still freakin’ FREEZING.
Fresh from my Greek Thanksgiving adventure, I arrived in Rhodes at about 13:00 on Friday. Why was I going to Rhodes, you may ask? Well, I’ll tell you. I decided that since I was going to be in Athens for … Continue reading