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A down to earth life in Santorini

Full moon days in a month, this is what I just typed on my google search. Not that I did not know but I wanted evidence.I have never given much attention to this natural event since I moved to Santorini. Before moving to the…

09/03/2020
Caldera view from Oia, Santorini
Santorini

Living in Santorini – Loud thoughts

I have been living in Santorini for three years now. 36 months ago exactly today I was arriving at the Athinios Port with my big suitcase packed with my clothes, hopes and dreams.I vividly remember the time waiting for my friends Juliana and Arsenio…

06/03/2020
Panoramic view of the Red Beach of Santorini
Santorini

Santorini in winter: visiting the Red Beach

The Red Beach is one of the most visited locations of Santorini, I would say that it stands in the top 3 spots to check out for most of the people coming to the island: Oia, Fira and the Red Beach. So put that…

04/02/2020
Fira, the capital of Santorini
Santorini

Santorini in winter: visiting Fira

Santorini in winter is pure beauty, you might agree with me now! I was reading one of the newsletters I have in my mailbox and I found this link, it’s about the trends on Pinterest for 2020.  As we all know we should all…

29/01/2020
The theatre of Ancient Thera, Santorini
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Santorini in winter: visiting Ancient Thera

Santorini in winter must be boring, a few people around, nothing to do, how can you stand it? We are very far from (my) reality. Every day I have something to do, to visit and in a couple of months, we will start the…

27/01/2020
Oia, the most famous village of Santorini, in winter
Santorini

Santorini in winter: Visiting Oia

Santorini in winter is a growing topic. Since I live here also in the low(est) season, people very often ask how it is to live on this magic island when there are no tourists. Everyone thinks that there are no things to do, everything…

22/01/2020
Greek Christmas Kourabiedes
Greece Santorini

Christmas vegan kourabiedes

My favorite Greek biscuits are kourabiedes and they are traditionally baked for Christmas. It’s Christmas and I am in Italy and, as you might have understood, I miss Greece a lot! So I thought to wear my best apron and give it a try!…

24/12/2019