Time to get greecey…
We arrived via Athens to some stormy seas, dark skies, and intense winds, but even in its darkest, Mykonos was still beautiful. The country of greece as a whole, something after my own heart. White washed everything and mostly blue skies. Natural beauty and staggering views everywhere. a peak into what my time in Mykonos looked like
our accommodation, which was a windmill, naturally, was actually a castle. Stunning grounds, archways, views all built by a man for his love. You can check out the place here… Airbnb WE certainly lucked out as this is even a spot some locals didn’t know about. And although we got our workout climbing the hills, it was well worth it.
if you’ve bee to mykonos, you’ll know there are a lot of cats. by a lot, i mean too many
mykonos was less about style, more about keeping warm. it was quite a shock at how cool it was. but never fear, things were about to change
before we moved on to Santorini, a quick stop to Delos, one of the most significant archaeological sites, and a brief jaunt to the acropolis. So much history in the country it is quite staggering to absorb. This is georgia, she’s a very fat pelican whom i love. her colour palette is just to die for.
we roamed Mykonos, and we met some new friends…side note we hear loud classic rock playing, this has to be the spot we have a few drinks at, and boom we happen to meet the funnest crew on the island, for sure. Thank you for a ridiculously fun night, memories (most blurry) dancing and well obviously…too much to drink but most importantly new friends.
the two best restaurants in mykonos, Katrin and Nautilus. Check it out if you are in town
next up santorini… more fun, sun, and style