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Greece – Santorini – Pt. 2

Our second day in Santorini was to be spent doing two of my favorite things – sunning on the beach, and going to wineries for tastings. Santorini has several wineries to visit, and there is an option to follow a … Continue reading

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Greece – Santorini – Pt. 1

Santorini is everything you read about. It’s jammed with tourists, it’s alarmingly beautiful, it’s expensive, and it’s stunning. Arriving on Santorini by ferry, you’ll see just how incredible the island really is. It’s just gorgeous. As Paul and I rode … Continue reading

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Greece – Crete Pt. 3 – Balos Beach

“You must go to Balos Beach” the man told us. A friend’s blog also told us the same thing. “To Balos, you must go early. No party party tonight as you get up tomorrow very early, at 7:00, get pastry, … Continue reading

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Greece – Crete – Pt. 2

The trouble with the internet is that it’s made us both brilliant and lazy. We can know everything, but yet, we must rely on it to learn everything. It’s amazing for research, and trip planning, but sometimes, it doesn’t let … Continue reading

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Greece – Crete Pt. 1

It takes about 9 hours to travel to Crete by ferry from the Port of Pireus, (Port of Athens). Take an overnight ferry if you can, so you can avoid being on a ferry boat for 9 hours in the … Continue reading

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Chile: An Office Window & a Mountaintop

Waking up in Santiago doesn’t differ much from waking up in any other city. The sunlight starts to creep into my window,  and I start to hear the dull roar of car engines, horns, city vendors, and the general din … Continue reading

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Chile: They call this work.

The 630 am alarm did not bring a smile to my face. However, a person with an allergy to mornings facing a 2 hour time difference in a foreign place, just one week out from daylight savings is apt to … Continue reading

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