Oia, Santorini | Mediterranean Blues Day 1 Continued

Imagine clear blue skies, a sparkling deep blue sea, and whitewashed houses soaking in the bright warmth of the Mediterranean sun. These were all the things I got to enjoy during day two in Oia, Santorini.

With only three full days in Santorini, it was my mission to take it slow and relax while enjoying as much as I could. Day two was really all about exploring the town of Oia and what it had to offer. This is probably one of the best things I love about arriving at a new destination;\n walking around the town and taking it all in for the first time. The feeling you get when you visit somewhere for the first time; everything is new and shocking. Every where you seem to turn is a new experience. It’s these moments in travel I cherish most, because you only get that one chance and one moment to experience it.

After a long morning of soaking in my balcony view (trust me it was very hard to pull away from it every day) I took myself up the steep steps from my cave house and up to the main road running though Oia. Walking down this road you’ll find a lot of shops, restaurants, and cafes. But what I reccomend you do is to try and walk up and down some of the small pathways that veer off. These small and winding alleys can lead you to other amazing viewpoints, tucked away restaurants, or quaint little cafes.

You really can’t go wrong anywhere Santorini. Its an Instagrammers paradise! Everywhere you turn there’s always another breathtaking view to capture or a beautiful house to admire. But enough of me telling you, I’d rather show you through my all my photos!

Enjoy, and I’ll see you in the next post!

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