Tinos
by Celina Klohk on

Tinos, the second island I visited while in Greece. My great aunt lives on this island which was the reason for the visit.

Tinos is not a very popular tourist destination and I think that's what made my time there that much better. I stayed ten days in the lovely home of my Great aunt's, located between two traditional Greek tavernas and the beach! I could have sat in the hammock in the yard and stared at the ocean while munching on grapes the entire ten days, but Tinos has so much more to offer!

Firstly a drive into the mountains is a must, not only is the view incredible but the little hilltop towns are just so adorable to walk through! So rich in culture and history it was just fascinating. Secondly the beaches! They are so diverse. Some swarming with fish and completely calm, others with two metre waves and and amazing sand dunes. And thirdly the lovely Tinos town! There thousands of tavernas to choose from, a lovely street market and the famous Holy Maria church, which is incredible (unfortunately there are no photos so you'll have to take my word for it).

Here some photos :) 




                                          My great Aunt's beautiful home












Mykonos
by Celina Klohk on

Never thought I would make it to Greece on my trip, but hey! I did, and first stop was the gorgeous Greek Island of Mykonos.

I didn't really know what to expect other then white houses, Greek music and olives and while those stereotypes are surprisingly accurate, Mykonos just had so much more to offer. Town centre is always a buzz, especially in the evening with the famous partying central 'little Venice'. The tiny alleys are packed with people, in the nicest Possible way, and the glaring white walls are just as bright at night as lights illuminate the streets.

But it's not all hustle and bustle, in the quiet squares of Mykonos city you can see foreigners searching for the famous Pelicans (which I sadly didn't find) or drinking a glass of red wine looking out onto the water, or admiring the famous windmills, which, evidently my great aunt use to own one...

City aside, going for a swim in the literally crystal clear water is a must.
Here are some of my favourite photos :) enjoy.




























Berlin Cont.
by Celina Klohk on

 Finally I am able to access my memory card again! Here are some more lovely ppictues from my time in Berlin.

            Robot the flea market
            Goodies, wish I could of bought some :( 
             Checkpoint Charlie 
          Berlin Wall







 

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