Back in my second home, a week of fun and photography.
Living in another country can be exciting and full of new opportunities and fun adventures. I've lived in Corfu on and off for nearly 3 years now. It has become my home and it has completely changed my outlook on life. Culture, way of living and tonnes of good food makes it only some of… Continue reading 11 things I have learned from living in GREECE
Spring has sprung early in Corfu this year and after a gorgeous and unexpectedly sunny February, everyone in the island is in good spirits as we absorb as much vitamin D as humanly possible in case of another spell of storms. Flowers are blooming, bringing out the bees and the Scops owls. It's even bringing… Continue reading Springtime in Corfu
If this post inspires at least one person to visit Greece next year then my job is done. I want to give a little insight as to why I love Greece so much and why it's the ideal destination for anyone. 1. Choice There's a total of 227 inhabited islands in Greece. Although there are… Continue reading Greece: Why I love it
Over the past few days I have been gathering questions from some of you lovely individuals on Twitter and Instagram to create a Q&A blogpost about my life in Greece. I have tried to keep my answers very real so I haven't spent a lot of time editing as I think this can take away… Continue reading Life In Greece: Q&A!
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
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