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Island hopping in Greece – Santorini

Oia

Right after our three days wedding in Tuscany, my man and I took a direct flight from Rome to Santorini. Six days, two islands, that was our pretty attractive program for our first honeymoon. Inspired by the numerous pictures of the Cyclades on Pinterest and by the memories I had from Greece from when I was little, we thought it would be the perfect destination for a relaxing and romantic gateway together. And it was!

Clear blue sky and waters, almost untouched beaches, lovely people, good food, amazing landscape, Greece gathers everything at once in a sweet and folkloric way, I find.

Starting our journey in Santorini, we chose to stay at the Hotel 28 in Kamari. Kamari itself lacks charm and was packed at this time of the year but the island is not too big and going from one point to another is pretty easy (you can rent a buggy, a scooter or a quad at literally every corner, such much fun!). Hotel 28 was a perfect choice, the owners were wonderful. They gave us excellent insider recommendations on what to do and where to go. I still recall the taste of the tzatziki and grilled salmon I ate at Psaraki restaurant on Vlychada beach as well as the delicious apple crumble/pie from the Enigma café in Fira. The capital, was crowded, and, under such a heat, the visit of the city was a challenging episode. Still the views from the caldera are amazing. Definitely something you have to see once in your life.

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Psaraki Santorini

A buggy ride later, we decided to head north to Hotel Kapari in Imerovigli, a beautifully designed hotel in a small neighborhood north of Fira. Everything there was calm and luxury. The view from our room was amazing and the infinity pool, although small, was our favorite afternoon spot. Again staff was really nice and helpful. We watched the sunset in Oia (a classic) and ate a delicious (yet expensive) lobster at Katina, a fish tavern in tiny Ammoudi port.

Kapari santorini

KapariThe next day we hitted the road to Pyrgos, a small village in the center of the island which offers great panoramic views due to its situation on top of a hill. We had the best of lunch at Brusco, a cute grocery/wine bar/restaurant/cafe down the village. On the menu, local beers, Cretan apaki, tzatziki & pita bread as well as a marvellous apple pie (again) for dessert.

Pyrgos
Brusco Pyrgos

Greek beersPyrgos

Next stop will be the wild Folegandros and her charming Chora! Hope you enjoy the ride!

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Getting hitched – the real thing

Ciao lovelies! I just came back from two crazy holiday weeks. A first week and a wedding in Tuscany followed by another one in Greece hopping around Santorini and Folegandros islands. I have so many things to share on here, I don’t really know where to start.

We had the most amazing time preparing and celebrating our wedding with our closest friends and family. We felt so much love and happiness around us, it’s hard to explain that feeling. I’m now going over all the pics, videos, speeches I could already gather trying to keep as many memories from these magical moments as possible.

Over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing the pictures of our wedding (they’ll also be published on the blog of my lovely friend Elodie, Love & Tralala) as well the travel guides of Val d’Orcia and Geece I’m now putting together. In the meantime here is a sneak peek into our wedding invites (made by my man). Stay tuned, I’ll be right back!

wedding invites

 

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Etsy discovery – Patent Pending Projects

Patent pending projects

It’s amazing to see how time flies. I remember announcing my wedding in September last year, thinking August was still a long way ahead. Today, 2 weeks from getting hitched, I feel like I have so many things to do still, mainly on the decoration front.

Fortunately, I just received a lovely package from Patent Pending Projects that made me smile right away and think things were moving in the right direction. Indeed, a couple of weeks ago, I ordered 3 of these marquee style lights to Martin, the Irish guy behind Patent Pending Projects. The result? Perfect, I love them! I’m sure they will look amazing simply leaned back on the brick wall of the Tuscany villa we rented for the occasion. See by yourself…

Patent pending projects

 

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Eleven Lovely things for my birthday

A wedding (in two parts), a honeymoon (in two parts as well : )), a Belgian champion hockey title and a new blog design published a couple of days ago (thanks to my talented colleague and friend, Emma Hovel), 2014 has been an amazing year so far, filled with moments of joy and achievements. I feel so blessed and loved right now, I wish this feeling lasts forever!

To add to that list of celebration, my 30th birthday is getting closer and closer so today I thought I would share the eleven things I would looove to receive for my birthday. A bon entendeur… : )

Birthday wishlist

 

 The Nomad Bag – Sézane // A subscription to Cereal magazine // A soft pink ring – Belinda Saville on Etsy // The Nomad scarf – Moorea Seal // The leather fold clutch – Mooreaseal // The Oh Chéri tee – Sincerely Jules // The Kinfolk Table cookbook // A seat for the Blogshop Class next time they come to Europe // A wood recipe box and the cards that go with it – Rifle Paper & Co // A House Doctor rug at Royal Design

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Shop discovery – MAD

Mad le shop

Today, let me introduce you to a cute French boutique called MAD. This online shop sells cute accessories for the home and the little ones. I’ve been following it on Instagram for several weeks now and I have to say these pretty wool ice cream cones (they do make wool pineapples as well, see the pineapple craze I was talking about lately) really caught my attention…

Mad le shop

Psssst good news, several products are on sale right now on the shop! Enjoy! : )

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