warning: i’m trying to clean out my camera in real time these days, so the next few posts will be greece-heavy. these are some shots from my digital camera (not iPhone).
greece was actually more beautiful than i ever expected.
after the busy streets of santorini, we jumped on a ferry to the sleepy yet gorgeous island of folegandros. the main town, chora, was so picturesque that i felt we were in a movie. almost everyone we interacted with was european, and there was no cruise ship in sight.
as i mentioned in my last post, the food in santorini was incredible. i don’t eat meat, but i heard the meat and the fish were very fresh and flavorful.
i personally found it pretty easy to eat as a vegetarian. in fact, everything pictured here except the last dish was vegetarian. my favorite was the feta wrapped in phyllo drizzled in honey.
we are in the tail end of an amazing trip in the greek isles, and we started our way through in santorini. the views, the food, the people, and the architecture were simply stunning. i can see why santorini is such a popular honeymoon location, and i feel very lucky that we were able to spend 3 days there.
greetings from santorini! i can’t wait to share my pictures when i am back. in the meantime, here is a shot of my new globetrotter suitcase that is accompanying me on this trip.
one of my favorite meals in savannah was at the grey. the name comes from the restaurant’s former life as a greyhound bus station, and the interior decor is mid-century modern bus station chic.
sorry i only have 1 picture of the interior – i was too focused on the delicious food. the restaurant website has some great shots if you want to see more.
a chocolate store modeled after a library? literally my two most favorite things in the world. i visited many charming shops in savannah but this was hands down my favorite.
all the individual chocolates were behind glass cases from which you serve yourself.
i recently spent a long weekend in savannah, ga. it was a perfect getaway from nyc, where we mostly just shopped, ate, and walked around. the squares are as charming as everyone says, and the old historic homes are just breathtaking.
our hotel was right on the river, and one of my favorite things to do was watch the barges sail by in the early morning.
here are a few of my favorite shots.