Vacation days may be over, but at least I have tons of photos and videos to remember them by. This was the first actual vacations I had in years. We booked our vacations no more than 1-2 weeks before, as it was a “last minute” decision. We spent some days thinking whether on not we should do it, but I’m so glad we finally decided to go. It was one of the best vacations we had. We visited Chios island, where my father was born and raised, and we toured the island by car. It wasn’t my first time there, but it was T.’s, and even though it was also tiring from all the walking and driving (for him), it was really nice. We shot my look of the day, at the chapel of Agios Isidoros, a few kilometers north of the city of Chios. It’s such a picturesque place; I wanted to visit it since the first time I show photos of it. So of course I had to take photos there. My outfit might be casual, but the location is everything. Don’t you think?
Last Wednesday, T. and I drove to Veroia & after that to Naoussa to see the cities and meet up with friends. It was a short visit, but we enjoyed our day to the fullest. Even though Veroia is the biggest city between the two, we only stayed there for a little while, and then we drove to Naoussa to spend the rest of the day there. Both cities are really close to Thessaloniki, just an hour drive from it, and they have so many pretty places to visit, like the park in the photos (which is in Naoussa) and Agios Nikolaos which is just above Naoussa and has a well-maintained park with brooks and small waterfalls, and it’s one of the prettiest places I’ve visited. I’m sure it will be even better during the hot months of summer. I took so many photos there, that it was difficult to just pick a few to show you here today. I hope you get to see the beauty of these places through the photos I took. Enjoy!
On Saturday the 26th of March, T. and I decided to take a one-day trip to Volos. I hadn’t been there in years, and we’ve never been there together, so it was the perfect chance to do it. We invited Kleoniki to come with us, and drove to Volos for a day of walking, photo-shooting, vlogging, and meeting with blogger friends. Because yes, we decided to vlog this short trip for Stylishly Beautiful’s Youtube channel. It was a spontaneous decision, and since we’ve both haven’t done it before, we hope you excuse the constant shaking of the camera. We did our best. I’ll make sure to leave the video below for you to see it, but first I want to show you the photos I took with my camera while we were there. You’ll find my look of the day, here! Hope you like this post! 😉
Before completing my Athens-trip diary, I have to show you what I’ve promised you. A post, with all the places I went for food, drinks & desserts when I was in Athens. Most of them I found through Instagram and Facebook, some were suggested by friends, and some others were just last-minute decisions. If you’re on a diet, stop reading now! There’s a lot of food pics in this post.
I’ll start with the must-go places to go for dessert, because I’m sure that’s the ones you’d want to see first. Here we go!
On our last day in Athens, we started with brunch at Mama Roux, after Anna’s recommendation. We were lucky to have found a table because almost everything was reserved. But after trying their brunch, I say it was worth it. I’m keeping the details for a later post, the one I promised you, with all the food/coffee places we visited. We walked to the Greek Parliament, stopped to take some photos and then went to visit the National Garden. It wasn’t our first time there, since last time we visited Athens we were staying just across the street, but we really wanted to go there again. During our walk through the garden, I had the idea of filming a few things to make a video, but due to the lack of (more) camera space, and the lack of time (because we were leaving for Thessaloniki soon), we only filmed a few short clips. Nevertheless, I made the video, and with the permission of T. I filmed his look of the day as well, and I uploaded it on my channel for you to see. I hope you like it! Let me know if you’d like to see more videos from me in the future!