Greek Dakos To Die For- I’ve Gone To Foodie Heaven

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Dakos are my new favorite Greek dish I have become addicted to. I am now making it everyday in my hotel room for lunch time, dinner time and every time in between. I can’t get enough of it. It is Greece’s answer to the Italian bruschetta and when done properly, will give the bruschetta some […]

Sex In The Cities- Seduction Ride On Santorini- Part 1

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Sex In The Cities is a compilation of dating stories. They tell the stories of what happens to a single girl when she travels the world alone. I, Chrissy, am that single girl and this is one story of what happened to me……. It rained the mid- October day I took the ferry from Paros, […]

Sex In The Cities- Let’s Just Call Him Bakchos……

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Sex In The Cities is a compilation of dating stories. They tell the stories of what happens to a single girl when she travels the world alone. I, Chrissy, am that single girl and this is one story of what happened to me……. Bakchos- the Greek name derived from the word iacho, meaning “to shout,” […]

Getting Engaged? Two Top Spots For A Proposal in Santorini, Greece

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With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, I found it fitting to give my top pick for the most romantic spot to propose. I spent two weeks in Santorini scowering the landscape for special spots and magical views of the volcano. There are a multitude of choices when it comes to beautiful views, but none captured my […]

Santorini- The Supermodel Of the Greek Islands

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I was very excited to arrive in Santorini. There had been so much talk up until now about its beauty, energy and serene vitality, I almost couldn’t imagine a place with such luster. When the ferry pulled into the tiny port, I saw for the first time a glimpse of an island that encompassed a […]

Paros, Greece- Now Here’s A Beach With My Name On It

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I left Mykonos for Paros needing some peace and quiet. I had too many crazy nights my last week in Mykonos and Paros was only a short ferry ride away. I was told that Paros would be empty and quiet this time of year. Perfect! The exact reason I am going there. I took a […]

Higher Numbers In Greek Tourism Industry Are Promising

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As austerity measures are imminent for the Greek people, there is some sense of relief as today’s European deal reduced Greece‘s debt by 100 billion. Travel and tourism was up 10% this year not just in revenues, but in arrivals as well. The question remains if the Greek economy can sustain these numbers next year […]

Delos, Greece

Delos, Greece

I had a goal when I went to Delos. The goal was to hit 60 cities in 20 countries before the one year mark on August, 16th. I was scheduled to fly back to the States for a re-group on August 11th. It is now August 9th and I am still on the island of […]

Greek Tyropita And The End of My Brazilian Bikini

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Watch out and step aside when there is tyropita near me. I am liable to knock someone out trying to get my share. I dream about this pastry and have to stop myself from consuming it at every bakery I pass by.  Tryopita translates into English as ‘cheese pie’. Have you ever heard any two […]

Mykonos, Greece. My New Home…..For Now

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Finally, I am on the island! And now that I am here, I think I will stay……5 weeks! Mykonos is my last stop on the year-long tour around the world and I want to stay put. Traveling can be very exhausting, especially when you are alone and managing all of the luggage, the bookings, the […]

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