Photo of the Month: Waves of Mykonos

Mykonos, also known as the island of wind, and last summer was no exception.  It was my first trip to Greece and I was imagining perfect weather, golden beaches and warm waters. Well two out of the three were not bad.  Mother Nature had decided that she would send strong winds as well.  However, it does make for a great photo this month as the waves crash up against the sea wall of Little Venice providing a new perspective to the famous windmills of Mykonos. Watch you step!

Little Venice Waves

Where Beauty and Tragedy Meet

For a natural and unspoiled beach head south of Adelaide to Port Willunga.  Golden white, soft sand that meets cool, blue sea lapping gently against the shore.  A stretch of beach somewhat hidden away from the crowds is popular with families in summer.  However, the beach is not the only drawcard.  Perched on top of the hill is the Star of Greece restaurant, its name from the grain ship that tragically ran aground 200 metres off the coast. Continue reading “Where Beauty and Tragedy Meet”

My Private Island

A quiet street, a moped zips by, chatter from the two older ladies on the balcony above – this is the other side of Mykonos waking up for another day.  I sit in a cafe with a cappuccino, the coffee beans you can taste on the tip of your tongue, not burnt but roasted just right.  It is a perfect time to sit outside and people watch as the town slowly comes to life. Continue reading “My Private Island”

Hawaiian Summer Sunset

I wanted to see a beautiful sunset.  After I had heard  so much about the amazing sunsets in Hawaii, I had to experience it for myself.  Tempted and curious to find out if Hawaii truly had the best sunset on the planet I was not disappointed.  It was true.  The sunsets in Hawaii are beautiful and the most magical I have seen so far on my travel journey. 
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