• Europe,  Greece

    SKIATHOS: Ultimate Island Guide

    But seriously, aside from getting an insta worthy photo, I love old Greek towns like Skiathos town centre. It feels a bit like walking back in time. If you venture past the souvenir shops and really get lost in the winding alleyways you can see that the way of living has probably not changed much in the last 50 years or so, and I love that.

  • Europe,  Greece

    Skiathos Island: Ultimate Beach Guide 🌊

    Skiathos is a small but beautiful Greek island in the Aegean Sea, part of the Northern Sporades group of islands. For such a small island it has some gorgeous beaches and in the 4 days that me and my two cousins were there, we managed to hit 4 different beaches! We went to 4 of the main beaches: Vomolimnos, Agia Eleni, Koukounaries and Lalaria. Keep reading for more info and photos of these stunning beaches! Vromolimnos Beach Now this one made us laugh when we first heard it’s name because “vromo” means ‘stinky’ in greek and ‘limno’ means port, so it’s basically called ‘Stinkyport Beach’ 😂. I am happy to…

  • Cyprus

    Why Should You Visit Larnaca Salt Lake?

    In the summer months, which in Cyprus is basically May-October, the water in the salt lake evaporates leaving behind the crunchy salt that's very amusing to walk on. I used to love coming here as a kid and crunching the salt under my feet, pretending that we were walking on the moon because why not 🌛.

  • Spain

    7 Stunning Places in Valencia

    Once you enter all you see is greenery, the sun shining through, birds chirping and it was a welcome break from walking through the busy streets all morning. We spent about a couple of hours here, relaxing on a bench, under the sun, taking it all in.

  • Malaysia

    9 Things Not To Miss In Langkawi

    1. Island Hopping If there’s one thing you’re going to take from this list it should be island hopping! I’m not saving the best till last this time 😌. Langkawi has many small islands surrounding it and there are different ways you can see them: One is with jet skis, rent jet skis and tour the islands yourself or with a guide. Jet skis can be a bit pricey (relatively) so what we did was go on a boat tour. It was a 3 hour tour, visiting three different islands. We got our boat tour from a place along Pantai Cenang beach. It only cost 50RM per person (£10) but…

  • Malaysia

    2500km of West Malaysia in 2 Weeks

    I recently got back from a jam-packed two weeks in Malaysia 🇲🇾. Although it took 3 flights (including a cancelled one 😒) and 40 hours to get there, from England, it was well worth it! I went to visit my boyfriend, Stef, who is currently studying there and together we managed to see different cities, towns and an island, in just 2 short weeks. Now we didn’t really have much of a plan, in fact we had no plan until I arrived. Thankfully, Stef’s cousin and auntie were more than happy to give us suggestions on where to visit and within an hour we had a solid plan… Spend a…

  • Uncategorized

    Weekend Trips You Need to Take From Kuala Lumpur

        Kuala Lumpur is a hub for connections out of the city! Not to mention that Malaysia has so many different diverse locations, from mountains, to white sand beaches on islands and the jungle! It’s so easy, and cheap, to grab a domestic flight, but also interantional flights to surrounding countries like Singapore and Indonesia! In this post I’m going to talk about a few trips I made while staying in Kuala Lumpur, how we travelled and what we did! Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo Sabah is a northern state in Malaysia and it is also the capital of Malaysian Borneo. Kota Kinabalu is the coastal capital city that provides…

  • Lifestyle

    What Am I Doing With My Life?

      So if you didn’t know, I’m Anastasia, I’m from a small island called Cyprus and have a goal to travel as much as I can! This post is just kind of me rambling about how I’ve ended up here and doing what I’m doing, also about taking risks. So, I’ve never really been clear about what I’ve wanted to do, work wise and also by starting my blog/Instagram account/YouTube channel. I graduated from uni about a year and a half ago with a degree in Film and TV Production, very excited to get my foot in the film/TV industry. Thing is I wasn’t sure where I wanted to do…