Visiting the lock bridge in Paris. This bridge is full of locks of lovers who write their initials and throw the key into the Seine! But I also saw a lot of “bffs forever” locks, so whoever you are traveling with you can make a stop here!
There’s something magical about trucks in Rome…
A flower truck and a straw hat truck!
My semester in Greece in 5 minutes or less.Lots of fun shots of all of our adventures!
I pretty much cried every time I edited this video. Greece is so wonderful and it is hard to think of leaving my new home. The whole country just has such a fun personality and spark, even when things are going wrong you can’t help but laugh about them. As my economics professor says, “Greece does not know how to work, but it certainly knows how to live.”
The things I should have done:
After spending 4 months in Greece, I have been kind of beating myself up over all the things I didn’t see. I guess the easiest way to get rid of this guilt is to make a list and promise myself I will see it all next time!
-The butterfly migration on Rhodes
-Halkidiki- The beaches here are supposed to be to die for.
-Mount Olympus- It’s a two day hike, but I would have loved to do it.
-The Ionian Islands- I have heard nothing but lovely things about this chain of islands.
-Delos- A good day trip from Mykonos, this island is in the center of the Cyclades. It was very important in ancient worship and there are so many awesome ruins on the island!
-Marathon— I originally wanted to run from Marathon to Athens and be all historical about it. Then I remembered that running is terrible.
-Greek easter- Oh what a celebration I missed! If you are in Greece around easter, try to befriend a Greek family, invite yourself over, and eat lots of lamb!
-The olympic torch running through Greece- I have been kicking myself for this, if you are in Greece before the olympics, look up when the torch runs through. The run it over the top of the Acropolis and through Ancient Olympia.
-Meteora (I know, what is wrong with me?)
A graffiti artist has some fun with the Greek economic crisis. In Plaka, Athens.