Mykonos has it all

Mykonos port and its famous windmills in the background
Mykonos port and its famous windmills in the background

Despite our wish to stay a few more days in Athens, we didn’t have much trouble hopping on a plane again to start the island leg of our trip. That meant less museums and historic places, lots of beach time and relaxation. In half an hour we arrived in Mykonos, our first stop in the Aegean Sea.

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Links salad

flower volcano
McCann for Sony via Huffington Post

Hi there! Here are some fun links from around the web, if you’re thinking about procrastinating a little more (like me) 😛 Enjoy!

Athens from A to S

Athens

After our little stay in Cappadocia, we left Turkey for the Greek half of our honeymoon. We arrived in Athens early in the afternoon and took the metro to Monastiraki square. As soon as we got back on the surface in the heart of the city, we were in awe. The people buzzing around the square, the sun shinning high, the hipster crowds sitting on the streets surrounded by great street art. I instantly loved it.

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