Days of bliss


7 most beautiful things about Milan

Happy September friends! Are you ready and organized for back-to-school mode yet? I am definitely not. I am very happy we reached this time of year again but definitely far from ready. It has been such a weird summer for us here. Probably the most work-loaded summer of our recent years. July was a big [hot] mess when juggling kids and work in the same space almost killed our sanity and up until the blissful feast of August 15th we were pretty sure that we would not manage to leave our base  ...

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My first ever Thai Massage

This summer I had my very first Thai Massage and what a bliss it was. I want to share everything about it and most importantly I have a gift waiting for you at the bottom of this post in case you also want to have your first Thai experience. But first things first. If you, like me have no clue as to what is the difference between any other massage and Thai massage, then this info-graphic will clear everything out for you. At least it did for me. Thai massage is one you can do with clothes  ...

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Δυο Βιβλια Για Γρηγορα Και Υγιεινα Γευματα

Ψέμματα δεν θα πω: απεχθάνομαι την μαγειρική. Η αίσθηση ζυμαριών, ωμών φαγητών ή λαδιού στα χέρια μου, οι έντονες μυρωδιές, ο ατμός από την κατσαρόλα που κολλάει απάνω στα ρούχα και σε συντροφεύει όλη μέρα, απλά δεν μου ταιριάζουν. Η δήλωση ίσως ακούγεται αστεία από κάποια που έχει κάθε μέρα να ταΐσει ένα μικρό ασκέρι, χωρίς καμία συνδρομή κιόλας από γιαγιάδες και λοιπούς χρήσιμους συγγενείς. Έτσι όμως που τα έφερε η ζωή και ξεμειναμε από μαγείρισσα και τραπεζιέρα, αχ τί δύσκολοι καιροί για  ...

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Islands, Stay

Basics of living like a local in Greece

As my homeland Greece has already started welcoming the big wave of tourists for this season, I browse out of curiosity through the net in search of recommendations that foreign portals make to their people visiting my country. To be more specific I search under the phrase “how to live like a local in Greece” as local culture seems to be of rising interest to travelers nowadays. To my surprise all I find is proposals for souvlaki, bouzoukia and mousaka mingled with a suggestion  ...

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