Photography taken by Svadore unless otherwise noted Day three on the island of Mykonos and Pat and I were tired of having to stick to the bus routes beach schedules. So we decided to rent a quad/ATV and make our own rounds around the island. First stop was Super Paradise. I was a little skeptical […]
Photography by Svadore unless otherwise noted Our first day in Mykonos was a day of R&R (rest and recreation) following our two weeks of travel across Italy, so on day 2, we were ready to spring into action and head for the beaches. We woke up early and grabbed breakfast at our go-to place on […]
Photography by: Svadore After a full two weeks of sightseeing around Italy and Athens, we finally hit our first real “vacation” spot. There is a difference between “traveling” and “vacation.” Traveling requires seeing things and always being active which is a lot of fun, but exhausting once it hits day 4. Vacation requires lounging around, […]
From Santa Maria Beach to Piso Livadi and Lefkés, here’s an ultimate guide on what to see, where to go, and where to eat on the east side of Paros. Day two in Paros, Greece, and we are ready to explore half of the island. Best way to get around the island? Via quad. We rented ours […]
Patrick and I were stoked about our trip to Greece. Everyone always raves about Mykonos and Santorini. But when a friend of mine from college mentioned the more secluded island of Paros, I decided to take a look at what the island had to offer. Pat and I went into this trip least excited about […]
With its old and restored baroque architecture, Southern Sicilian food – a unique blend of ancient Greek and Arabic cuisine – and legendary Sicilian culture steeped in over 2,700 years of art and history, it’s no surprise Ortigia is one of Sicily’s most popular destinations. From its tight-knit medieval lanes pleasant for strolling, the abandoned palazzi, seafront churches and picturesque alleys, here I share where to go, what to see, and how to most enjoy the colorful and vibrant destination.
Dine on traditional Southern Sicilian cuisine, savor a cold coffee granita alongside a sweet ricotta brioche, and uncover the best chocolate in Modica at these restaurants, caffés, and dolcerias.
Stepping into the cave dwelling is like going back three centuries. The breath-taking abode is made of local stones, antique floors, black stone called “Pietra Pece” – a speciality of the Ragusa and Modica area – and decorated with 18th Century Majolica pottery from Caltagirone.It is this preservation of 18th century remains and charm that make this ancient city a UNESCO heritage site.
An evening out in Modica, Sicily, the birth place and inspiration of Dolce & Gabbana. On our way to the renowned restaurant Osteria Dei Sapori Perduti, frequented by all the locals of Modica, we stopped by a picturesque balcony to take pictures of the scenic town at dusk while wearing my Dolce & Gabbana dress, well-suited for the occasion.