Guest Post: That time when I got stripped at the Slovenian-Croatian border

Welcome Ilka to my very first guest post and very first of my 'That time when...' series! That time when I got stripped at the Slovenian-Croatian border This story takes place back in 2010, but I remember it quite well as it is the only time I got stripped at a border. My then-boyfriend-now-husband and… Continue reading Guest Post: That time when I got stripped at the Slovenian-Croatian border

Winter in Greece: Meteora and Portaikos Bridge

The dream. Ever since I was 8 years old and learned about ancient Greece in school, I have thought 'I want to go there' I remember spending hours at a time searching for images of Greece on the internet and frequently seeing these beautiful buildings sat on top of cliffs and wondering what they were.… Continue reading Winter in Greece: Meteora and Portaikos Bridge

Winter in Greece: The Ferry

This is part 1 of 5 of my 'Winter in Greece' experience 2018 Who knew Greece had a winter? I thought it would reach autumnal at best but it turns out I was completely wrong! In February 2018 we travelled around Mainland Greece and I was so fortunate to be introduced to a whole new… Continue reading Winter in Greece: The Ferry

Priority seating on a flight and why I never pay it.

I am a sucker for last minute flights and I NEVER book priority. Okay, you may not get the seat you wanted and it means you have to wait a bit longer to board but at the end of the day we will all take off at the same time, right? I’m not overly fussy… Continue reading Priority seating on a flight and why I never pay it.

Corfu: the journey of a lifetime

It's the dream for a lot of people to disappear into the backgrounds of life and live the luxury lifestyle on a little Greek Island, drinking cocktails on the beach every day, getting the tan of their dreams, swimming in the crystal blue sea and not caring about the reality of life. Much like the… Continue reading Corfu: the journey of a lifetime

Greetings from Greeks

If you're not afraid of embracing and coming into close contact with a big bunch of people then this should be a doddle. It is normal to kiss each person on both cheeks in Greece and trust me for those, like myself who prefer to have a personal bubble at all times, it sends your… Continue reading Greetings from Greeks