Sunday, 13 November 2016

46 Hours in San Sebastián


San Sebastián,
what an absolutely beautiful place. From the beautiful views above of the city to the sweet alleyways in the heart of the town. This town is so small and delicate it is a must when visiting Spain. 


Exploring Urgull, a historical mountain. This mountain had beautiful look out points as well as historical architect. Such an amazing place to explore.



One of the beautiful look out points of Urgull and a stunning view of Beach of La Concha. A great lookout point to view the entirety of this beautiful city.



 This is one of the streets of the older part of town. This includes a great range of traditional Spanish tapas restaurants and shops. 


This is a view from Urgull, looking over Santa Clara Island and in the distance Igueldo mountain. In the 16th century, people who were infected by the plague were transported to this island to prevent the spread of the disease. 



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Sunday, 6 November 2016

A Week in Santorini

Oh Santorini. One of the most beautiful places on earth by far. White houses on the top of the cliff like a snow capped mountain. Blue waters lined with an ensemble of smaller islands. There is honestly no better feeling than waking up in the morning, stepping out onto your balcony and seeing this view. 


There is no way to put into words or try and show through a picture how stunning this place was. So I will try my best to show you through an assortment of photos. I hope you enjoy and would 1000% reccommend to anyone thinking of visiting Santorini. 


This is Red Beach. It was given that name due to its red rock that surrounds the beach and its shore. It was a lovely hot day so was great to go for a swim in the ocean. 

The view from the left side of our balcony. Such a beautiful sight. 


This was the balcony of the house we were staying at. It was a Air BnB! We were one of those white houses that you would see on the cliff in the postcards, and we got the stay there a week! 




The most amazing array of white and blue buildings lined the island. It was like viewing and being submerged in a postcard. 


These beautiful donkeys would come walking by our house ever afternoon after a days work. Although it was tradition, it was definably sad seeing these beautiful creates in the boiling sun each day climbing up hundreds of stairs. 

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