There is no color that defines happiness, but if there was one, mine would be Pink. Pink like the walls of these houses from the historic city who stands on a Rocky Island called Monemvasia.
Hello my dear Friends! Today I’m writing from the North of Greece, more specifically in Halkidiki. Where is it? You will think, well it’s actually located at 1 hour from Thessaloniki, the second biggest city after the capital Athens.
You guys know I love pastel colors and with this casual salmon dress from Karen Millen, I combined it with my new blush from Chanel Beauty that was subtle enough for the day, yet it definitely brought some extra definition to my cheekbones.
I said I will come back one more time this Summer. And here I’m. Let’s say good-bye to the #eurosummer2016 by visiting Mykonos one more time before fall.
They said it was built for the first King of Athens, known as the serpent-man, the King Cecrops. Acropolis (or also known by Cecropia ) has been the historic site the most visited of Athens. We went there and figured out why.
My Greek trip couldn’t be complete if I didn’t include a getaway in the renowned island of Mykonos.
After my weekend in Kos, it was time to finally discover the island who never sleeps and that is well known for its glamour, high-end brands shopping, white-sandy beaches, and parties! Welcome to Mykonos!
After having spent 4 days in Kos, I’m super excited to be sharing my experience in the homeland of Hippocrates. From Kos Town to the Village of Zia, I spent an entire day exploring North to South! It was seriously a day full of amazing surprises!