Honeymooning in Santorini

Our last few days have been filled with wandering the streets of Fira, visiting Franco’s: a bar over looking the water that plays Classical Music and encourages you to disconnect with the world of social media, riding an ATV to Oia and many of the volcanic sand beaches of Santorini, and taking in how beautiful life is.

Tomorrow we’re off to our new home of Doha, Qatar, but for now we’ll enjoy the beautiful sunset from our last night in Greece. Cheers to love and enjoying what God and life have given you!182321_orig

If you’re looking for paradise look no further than Santorini! It’s the perfect Greek Island filled wineries, volcanic beaches, boutiques, and relaxation. I won’t lie when I say three days is not enough. 

Our lovely hotel Mill House: Angels & Stars was located off the cliff side overlooking the sea and towers upon towers of beautiful white washed homes, hotels, and churches. The pictures that you see online or on television do no justice. Our room was a perfect little white-washed cave like suite in the side of the cliff. Many of our nights were spent on our balcony sharing wine and taking in the scenery. Even more the hotel states that they encourage laziness in the morning and so graciously brings you breakfast at your requested time on your patio. Champagne, croissants, fruit, and yogurt, and eggs… not a bad way to start your every morning.

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Our last few days have been filled with wandering the streets of Fira, visiting Franco’s: a bar over looking the water that plays Classical Music and encourages you to disconnect with the world of social media, riding an ATV to Oia and many of the volcanic sand beaches of Santorini, and taking in how beautiful life is.

Tomorrow we’re off to our new home of Doha, Qatar, but for now we’ll enjoy the beautiful sunset from our last night in Greece. Cheers to love and enjoying what God and life have given you!

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This post was originally post on 8/8/14 to http://www.georgianajourney.weebly.com

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