All posts tagged: Greece

I (HEART) Greece!!

While I was gone on vacation in Nikiti (northern Greece) I realized that it’s been so long since I just relaxed while I was away. Sitting around and do nothing, just relax and all I have to think about was how long I want to sleep in, what I want to eat and which part of the beach I want to fall sleep on. So here is a list of what I did while I was enjoying a more simple life in beautiful Halkidiki region of Greece. 1. Sleep in, wake up knowing I don’t need any makeup and all I have to wear is a bikini, SPF 30 and sunglasses! (yes, in my mind I look like Cindy when I’m in a bikini! hahaha) 2. Eat breakfast at “Day-by-Day Cafe”; bougatsa sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon and a bottle of chocolate milk or tea. 3. Pick a beach to go to, hardest decision of the day! Talgo, Mango, Kalogria….All great… 4. After falling sleep under the sun for a bit, I refresh myself with …

I'm Still Here….

This is why I haven’t been posting any entries for the past month, at least not proper ones. I’ve been sitting around for weeks doing absolutely nothing except soaking up the beautiful warm sun and cooling off in turquoise water and playing in soft sand. I was away celebrating my best friend’s wedding in Nikiti, Greece. Now that I’m back, rested and ready for the real world again (righttt…) I promise I’ll be on top of my posts. So stay tunes in! xoxo TdotGirl

Our Trip to Nikiti, Greece

  Solmaz and I had an amazing time in Nikiti, Greece. When I tell people about my vacation, they were often, “Where? Why? You didn’t go to Athens or the islands?” It was a pretty random spot to travel to but we were there because of our close friend’s wedding and it ended up being the perfect location since it wasn’t as overrun with tourist as the other more common vacation destinations. Most of us travelled from Toronto and we arrived on different days at Thessaloniki Airport which is the closest airport to Nikiti. There are direct flights to Thessaloniki from most of the big German hub airports, Athens and Rome. I ended up spending a lot of time at Dusseldorf Airport since I transferred through there on the way and back but luckily for me it was new and modern facility with lots of stores and cafes. Of course, this is being Germany, the food and coffee were quite expensive but well-worth the price since everything I bought was quite good – much better than anything at Canadian …