Long boats in Koh Phi Phi

A very Thai view.

Koh Phi Phi – 2014

Koh Phi Phi long boats

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Koh Phi Phi jungle

Koh Phi Phi is not only sand and turquoise water, it’s also jungle and big bugs.

Koh Phi Phi – 2014

Koh Phi Phi jungle

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Bye Paros!

Waving goodbye to Paros. Until next time!

Paros – 2016


Grey sky, yellow sand

Even exotic paradises can have a rainy day.

Krabi – 2014

Krabi cloudy beach

Santorini Caldera’s view

The giant cruise boats looking like little white ants, only in Santorini.

Santorini – 2016

Santorini caldera view

Sign from the past

Thailand has done an amazing job rebuilding after the terrible tsunami in 2004. So much so, that if it wasn’t for the tsunami signs here and there, you wouldn’t even remember it happened.

Koh Phi Phi – 2014

Thailand Koh Phi Phi sign tsunami

Santorini Caldera view

The beautiful Caldera, the not so beautiful cruise boats.

Santorini – 2016

Santorini Caldera view

Soso – Paros, Greece

Paros is a less known Cyclades island and a true gem. Much more relaxed than Mykonos and a lot less busy than Santorini, it offers everything you would hope for when island hopping in Greece AND everything is really good value for money.

Being in Greece for our honeymoon, we thought we would treat ourselves to a dinner in one of the best restaurants on the island. We headed to Soso which is rated #2 in Naousa on Tripadvisor. It was delicious, very charming, extremely tasty and CHEAP! The whole dinner with wine came to about 50 euros.

Want to join us for dinner? Follow the narrow streets of Naousa.

Paros Naoussa street

Take a sit at the most charming terrace. Everywhere you look offers a picture opportunity.

Paros Naoussa Soso restaurant  Paros Naoussa Soso restaurant

If the food is as good as the place is charming we were in for a treat, and I was very excited!

Paros Naoussa Soso restaurant

So excited that I actually forgot to take pictures so you will have to take my word for it – I am French, I like to eat and I am telling you, this place is good!

We started with a selection of Greek spreads and appetizers. Tsatsiki, fish rillettes, beetroot and courgettes salads.

Paros Naoussa Soso restaurant

We then ordered the most delicious fava topped with octopus.

Paros Naoussa Soso restaurant

We also had the most delicate filo pastries.

Paros Naoussa Soso restaurant

All this was followed by a few more dishes, all delicious and complimentary dessert (how nice!).

After such a satisfying dinner, we enjoyed a digestive walk. Wandering around Naousa and heading to the beach to enjoy the sunset. Pure bliss.

Paros Naoussa streetParos Naoussa sunset

If you are in Paros, Soso absolutely worth the detour, you won’t be disappointed!

Capri’s rock

I wish I could spend my weekend here. Instead I’ll just spending it running errands around London…

Capri – 2013


Greek sunset

They said Santorini has the best sunsets. They were right.

Santorini – 2016