Read the English Version: here Τον Μάρτη του 2020, στο παρα-πέντε πριν αρχίσει τον lockdown σε όλο τον κόσμος, είχαν την ευκαιρία να πραγματοποιήσω ένα όνειρο ζωής. Να ταξιδέψω στη Νέα Ζηλανδία για τρεις βδομάδες, και αποφάσισα να μοιραστώ την εμπειρία μου με όλους εσάς!
We have finally arrived to day 4, which was our last day were we got to properly visit a place. And we choose to finish this amazing trip by visiting the town of Kamakura.
Day 3 was again all about exploring the city of Tokyo. We started with visiting Yoyogi Park and the Meiji Jingu Shinto shrine, then we visited and national museum and finally we roamed the streets around the Senso-ji temple in Asakusa. Lets get to it!
I think you can’t go to Tokyo and not visit Mt. Fuji one of the most iconic landmarks in Japan. And that what we had planned for day 2. Mt Fuji I’ll start by saying that we didn’t go to the mountain or hiked up the volcano, no. The common tourist attraction is actually inContinue reading “Exploring Tokyo – Mt. Fuji”
4 years ago one of my best friends was studying in Tokyo, Japan. And as we were talking over Skype about how awesome it would be to visit Tokyo, I took a quick look at the air tickets which I was sure would be out of reach for my partner and I. But I wasContinue reading “Exploring Tokyo – Yanaka Ginza & Ueno Park”
There are so many amazing countries and places on the Earth that I would love to visit. Unfortunately, there is so little time and so little money. But this my top bucket list travel that I hope to make in my life.
Crete and Greece, in general, are famous for their amazing summers weather, golden sand and azure seas. This is my personal favourite beaches of east Crete, some of them very well know and tourist but most of them are hidden gems. I hope you enjoy it! Xerokambos Xerokambos is located on the south-east end ofContinue reading “4 Stunning Beaches to Visit in East Crete”
Day 5 started with a magnificent clear blue sky that stayed with us all day, however, I have to say it was cold. But that didn’t put us off and early in the morning, we were in our way to Prespa National Park.
Perama Cave Our first stop of the day was in the Cave of Perama. It is one of the first caves in Greece that was open for tourist to visit. A little history Rumour said that the cave was know from the 1900 but was closed in 1907 by the Bey Choliasis Efentis. Since thenContinue reading “Ioannina Castle – Greece Travel Guide”
A little History Zagorohoria’s historical significance can be experienced in its exquisite Byzantine and post-Byzantine churches. After the dismemberment of Byzantium by the Latin Crusaders in 1204, and the Turkish capture of Constantinople in 1453, numerous important Greek families fled the capital for the mountain fastnesses of Epiros. The fortress-like Zagorohoria would safeguard Greek artisticContinue reading “Zagorohoria – Greece Travel Guide”