First off, “A Taste of Greece” is an actual store that exists at the Athens airport, and I have been laughing at this fact for the past five years straight.
HOW COULD YOU NAME YOUR STORE THAT!?
Anyways, five years ago Marc and I were on our honeymoon, gallivanting about Athens and then all around the island of Crete – exploring ruins, drinking wine, eating olives, and sweating all the sweat that there was to be sweated.
It was incredible and we had one heck of a time.
Here are three of my favourite snaps from our adventures:
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Looks like a fun place to run around and explore! Thanks for showing the great pictures.
It was too cool for school. Especially for us giant nerdos. :)
Great Place to Explore – Love Your Captures, especially the ones where you are hamming it up – ha! Happy Weekend:)
Honestly, it’s hard to get a straight photo out of the two of us. We’re just constant hams. :)
And I look forward to getting back in the blogging rhythm of things and checking out your stuff!
Lady, these shots are great! They remind me why Greece is on my bucket list! I too yearn of sweating all there is to be “sweated,” even more than how much I sweat in Spain! ha! Thanks for sharing these with us! :)
You’re most welcome! You would do well there, with all the training you have done in Spain! The first couple of days near well killed me. But the beauty and wonder of the country does much to combat the heat! :)
i looked for the three favorite snaps … it’s that time of the weak where i can hallucinate more easily than at other times, but i counted the snaps and the average came out close to eight. they all were fun.
The “edit” button seems to be one of my most favourite friends. I just wish I could figure this stuff out before I hit publish!!
Super great photos! When are you going back??? Is it weird that I want to go there just to get some good Baklava?
Thanks! Not soon enough, that’s for sure, but then again, never again in July! Hooooboy, that was one HOT vacation!
Omg…the baklava. And the yogurt! I die.