The Twentieth Day of May

Where in the world am I today?

Santorini!  This is the spot I’m most excited to see, because my brother liked it the most when he visited Greece.  And this trip was lovingly planned for all of us to remember him.

I’ve heard the red wine in Greece is an acquired taste, so I will do the polite thing and try to acquire a taste for it.  Because Canadian tourists are supposed to be known for how ridiculously polite they are.  I would not like to disillusion anyone about that.  No hanging over the balcony railings here!

 

The Eighteenth Day of May

Where in the world am I today?

It’s another scheduled post, written in anticipation of actually surviving my trip to Greece.  If I am in Paros like I’m supposed to be today, that means I made it by ferry across the deep blue sea. Yay me!  And yay everybody else who may have noticed me turning either white or green and politely ignored it.  Or told me to snap out of it.  I’m going with family – they’re unpredictable.

We will be in Paros for two days and then we sail (can you call it sailing if you’re on a ferry?)  to Santorini.  I’m sure I must be having a wonderful time, wish you were here, etcetera.  ♥♥