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Around The World Series | Restaurants With A View

May 3, 2016
Old Chora, Alonissos, Greece
My favorite things to do in the whole wide world is to travel and to eat which I think always goes hand-in-hand anyway. I’m very adventurous when it comes to food and I do love eating some local delicacies of the place I’m visiting. Enjoying your food with an equally amazing view right in front of you makes your meal more delicious right? RIGHT?? I don’t know about you but for me, a beautiful view

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Travel Guide and Video | Discovering The Beauty of Pelion, Greece

August 20, 2015
Agios Ioannis Beach, Pelion, Greece
Pelion or Pilio in Greece caters to all kinds of travelers – from the mountaineers to the sun worshippers, it offers an endless choice of activities for each tourists all throughout the year. Famous for its sunny beaches during the summer and also a popular destination for skiing during winter.  Pelion is the name of the mountain dotted with traditional villages and on its shore, pristine beaches. I recalled

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Awaken Your Senses in Agios Ioannis Beach, Pelion.

August 17, 2015
Agios Ioannis Beach, Pelion, Greece
This trip made me realize how very in-sync The Greek Mister and myself are to each other. For this holiday, he was the one in command and I gladly took the role of a happy tourist as he created the whole itinerary and made decisions of places to include in this trip. Everyday, he would take me to a new place, something that he thinks I would like based on my personality and based on my traveling style. Each places

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Damouchari Beach in Pelion, An Underrated World-Class Beauty

August 15, 2015
Damouchari Beach, Pelion, Greece
I’m the first one to read about all kinds of best beaches list in the world and never have I seen Damouchari beach in Pelion to be included in any of it. I wonder why. I’ve never even heard about it until our recent holiday in Greece. The Greek Mister took in-charge of our vacation. He was the one who researched about each places that we are to visit and he did our itinerary for each day according to th

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Mylopotamos Beach in Pelion, The Divided One.

August 13, 2015
Mylopotamos Beach, Pelion, Greece
Have you ever seen a beach so beautifully blessed and incredibly perfect that it feels like mother nature took a longer time to build it? Mylopotamos beach in Pelion definitely looks like the pièce de résistance of Pelion’s beach line up. Reaching the beach means you’ll have to tread a small cobblestone path carefully until the first sight of it comes into full view and takes your breathe away. After

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A Breathe of Fresh (And Chilly) Air in Kissos Mountain Village in Pelion, Greece.

August 12, 2015
I am no city girl. I am not impressed by skyscrapers in fact, I find it incredibly boring. What piques my interest the most are villages and towns built centuries ago. It always keeps me wondering as to how they were able to build the houses, the roads and other infrastructures back then when they didn’t have the modern technology that we now have. I have a specific fascination to cobblestone streets with cen

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