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We have always dreamed of going to the beautiful Provence but we found a place in Banstead near London around 30 mins away,  isn’t that great? It was our first time visiting Mayfield Lavender Fields and we were amazed to see the beautiful place.  It’s a perfect getaway for yourself. At this time, the weather wasn’t that great but we don’t ever let the rain stop us.

We had the opportunity to wear watches by Daniel Wellington, we chose the stylish Classic Petite Melrose in gold (32mm) and Classic Black Cornwall (36mm) with interchangeable strap, what a bonus. It definitely adds to the feeling of quality when you have a watch this thin, we don’t wear watch often but this one fits us so well and didn’t add much weight which we loved tremendously!

We wore maxi dresses from miss guided, we were impressed with the material, style and the price too. At £35 with good quality.

There was magic in the air. We ran our fingertips along the rows of lavender, stoop down to smell the plants and twirled in the fields. Happiness is the joy of having a sister.

We’re honoured to part of #DWMoments Daniel Wellington Collaboration.


 


Hermon’s wearing:

Miss Guided Maxi Dress | Asos Earrings (similar here) | Daniel Wellington Classic Petite Melrose Watches

Heroda’s wearing

Miss Guided Maxi Dress | Asos Earrings | Daniel Wellington Classic Cornwall Watches

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We would like to share about the Artemoulas Studio because like we said in the previous post. Mykonos is also the most expensive island in Greece, in the high season, and can cost you a lot!

We stayed at Artemoulas Studio in Platys Gialos, to our surprise when we got there, George and his staff were brilliant, especially his mum, she’s a sweetheart and loves to hand out delicious chocolates. It’s a family business, we felt like a part of the family, which is another thing we love about Greece and its people. They’re willing to help whatever you need. George spent his time to explaining different place to visit, to eat and so on. Our room was spacious, very clean and comfortable.

The pool was perfect, especially the views from it. The beautiful beach was only 10 mins from our apartment and they have the best restaurants nearby and a bus to Mykonos town too. Everything was smooth, what more you could ask for?

If we came back to Mykonos, we would choose this again. If you’re planning to visit Mykonos and looking for an affordable stay, you’ll thanks us later!

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Hello!

Hope you enjoyed the Santorini post as much we did.

Sad to be leaving Santorini but 4 days was good enough for us because it was more of a relaxing and romantic one. We stayed in Greece for 10 days, so it was time for us to explore other Greek islands, where we’d heard about Mykonos as a party island with very nice and long sandy beaches. So we took a boat from Santorini to Mykonos for 65 euro each which was a reasonable price, we were so impressed with Hellenic Speedway High Speed 7. The ferry is big, spacious, comfortable and you have to book the tickets online if you want to visit the Greeks islands.

We have always dreamed of going to the beautiful Santorini and Mykonos, we were so excited that it became a reality to visit the place.

For those who do not know Mykonos, be prepared, is also the most expensive island in Greece, in the high season, and can cost you a lot! We will get back to you about where we stayed in Mykonos, stay tuned then.

We have to say that it’s incredible beauty and visually even better than we could ever have imagined. Mykonos is the winner for hidden gems and we loved walking around the narrow streets with beautiful traditional white houses and colourful doors, with deep blue oceans and it will never stop.

The Mykonos culture, the delicious food and especially, the nightlife were like nothing we have ever experienced, Mykonos people know how to have a good time and even the shops stay open til late. How cool is that?

Apparently, the nightlife in Mykonos is one of the best and liveliest in Europe. We’d have to say we loved the Queen of Mykonos, one of trendiest spots to start your night in Mykonos but be aware that it’s a bit pricey!

We found a lovely shop where you can find the most beautiful sandals made by hand and we loved everything in the shop. If you are looking for something unique, you’ll thank us later!

Little Venice and The Windmills are probably two of our favourite spot in Mykonos. Little Venice looks vibrant and colourful like we didn’t expect the real Venice looks. There are lots of various bars, and restaurant to watch the sunset across the deep turquoise sea and the windmills. A perfect place for romantic! Wandering a town with no plans is always a good idea.

 



 

 

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FIRA


Fira is the capital of Santorini, it is the busiest part of the island, it has magical views of the caldera and volcano and beautiful white building such as churches, museum and cathedrals. There is a lively atmosphere with plenty of shops, restaurants and bars.

We strolled up along the narrow paths in the evenings and enjoyed the scenery. One evening we had delicious sushi at a restaurant called ‘Ginger Sushi’. We knew that this was not traditional Greek food but how could we say no?

The best place to relax, have a cocktail and watch the sunset was ‘PK cocktail bar’ where you can admire the breathtaking view. We saw our first Santorini sunset, this was one of the longest and most beautiful sunsets we’d ever experienced. If you ever decide to go make sure you reserve front row tables in advance, especially just before sunset for the best views to avoid disappointment.

We highly recommended visiting Fira than Oia if you are wanting to let loose and be wild. It has more nightlife and shopping and obviously the best views! Fira’s more charming, rather than Oia as this was more of a local town rather than a tourist location. We really enjoyed it but be prepared for the large crowd though!

Stay tuned for Mykonos.

Happy weekend!



 

 

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