Monthly Archives: July 2016

Santorini on a budget

Santorini is widely regarded as one of the most expensive Greek Islands; a place for honeymooners and those who want to fork out big bucks for infinity pools and that perfect view. While I think it’s more fun to go … Continue reading

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A sisterly reunion on Crete: part 2

So in my last post I spoke of the gamble of going to any of Crete’s ‘hype beaches’ where you battle crowds and insane traffic to get a tiny slice of so-called heaven. Well there is one hype beach I … Continue reading

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A sisterly reunion on Crete: part 1

For the majority of our respective 20s my sister and I have been ships in the night, stopping only for brief catch ups between our lives in Melbourne, Canberra, Vienna, Samoa, Kalgoorlie, London and Rwanda. As babies we grew up … Continue reading

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A very London sunset

Upon our return to London after the Scottish wedding we pushed our way out of the stuffy tube station, dragging our battered bags behind us. After a brief disagreement with the ticket barriers we made our way into the fresh … Continue reading

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Incredible Edinburgh and a Scottish wedding

For our entire trip, the spiel about our travel plans always ended a bit like this “… and then we go to Scotland for our friends’ wedding”. So you can imagine the excitement and the anticipation leading up to the … Continue reading

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12 things we did in London (some for free!)

So here I am again, about to apologise for my lapse in posting. I suppose I should spare you all a hollow ‘sorry’ and just cut to the chase, shouldn’t I? For the last month we’ve been staying with extraordinarily … Continue reading

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