Meteora, Greece.

As long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to visit Metora, in Northern Greece. The name means ‘suspended in air’, and you can probably see why. I mean, look at it: In the past few years it’s become easy fodder for the fantasy travel bucket lists that float around on Pinterest collected by wide-eyed […]

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Όχι Day 2014 – Athens

Today is Όχι (or ‘No’) Day in Greece, which marks the beginning of the formal Greek involvement in the Second World War. Across the country there are parades of school children, marching bands, and military outfits. Shops close down, people flock to the squares to drink coffee, and Greek flags fly from almost every balcony […]

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Santorini, Greece

A couple of weeks ago our pals Al and Becky joined us out in Greece for a week. We took the chance to visit the island of Santorini together, as it’s just a quick hop over from Athens by plane. I’ve been slow in getting these pictures up as my Leica’s sensor was apparently covered […]

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After Three Weeks in Greece.

Grace and I have been in Greece for just over 3 weeks now. It’s cliche, but it simultaneously feels like a lot longer and a lot shorter than that. We’ve had a good balance of getting around and doing things, whilst also spending days just working and lazing around the flat. The real temptation is […]

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Back in May our friend Chris from Denver came over to visit for a couple of weeks. He had already been over before, so we tried to work things to do that he hadn’t got to see the last time. We decided to head up to Oban for a few days, and take a trip […]

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