San Giorgio, Mykonos, Greece Known as the Island of the Winds, Mykonos Island is in the Cyclades group of islands in the Aegean Sea. It is also known for its summer party atmosphere where hip Europeans come to spend lazy days of summer partying like they have nothing else to do but give themselves up to their raw emotions. With massive dance
Trip to Santorini I had dipped my toes in the crisp, cool water and squealed with excitement as the yacht sailed away. I couldn’t believe this moment had finally arrived, a trip to Santorini. It was how I had dreamed about it a thousand times before. This was where I wanted to be on the day I turned a half a century old. In the
Santorini, Greece Glasses ching as the patrons smile and look out over the villas jutted up next to the mountains with gorgeous bougainvilleas, cactus and fig trees abound. The cheer, the setting, the food as well as love is always in the air in Santorini. What is not to love about it? Yamas! “Stin ygia mas!” my host says! "Cheers! To our good
By Cacinda Maloney Santorini, Greece All over the islands of Greece, there are crisp white and sea foam blue churches, many only accessible by boat or private entrance. People say that there are over 300 churches on the more well-known islands of Santorini and Mykonos, depending on your sources. Santorini, Greece They seem to be everywhere I looked. I even heard
Updated August 2015 By Cacinda Maloney Greek Isles Greek Isles Greek Isles Dreams Do Come True I admit it, I have been holding back. I didn’t really want to tell anybody about my trip to the Greek isles. It was just too personal. The moments that dreams come true are those moments that you want to cherish for the rest of your life.
By Cacinda Maloney The least amount of judging we can do, the better off we are. - Michael J. Fox Athen, Greece I'll admit it, falling in love with Athens took a bit of time. But I did it none-the-less. That's how it is sometimes, when you want to love something so much. I had my apprehensions going into it, after all the
By Cacinda Maloney I am about to embark on a journey. Really, it is a 32-day voyage of my life. As a mother, wife and business owner, I lose pieces of myself along my life path. Pieces of myself swirl down the drain while I am washing the dishes for the umteenth time. I can see them in the washing machine spiraling around, as I