Yesterday we came back from a little escapade. We were a party of four - me and my sister with our husbands - and we visited sunny Greece for a little relaxation and detachment from the everyday grinding and hectic world.
It was hot, it was quiet and it smelled wonderfully. There were orange trees heavily burdened with fruit and plants / bushes like the one below with the most heavenly smell to which I do not know the English name could be seen everywhere.
One of the moments worth cherishing - having a cup of coffee with your feet in the sea and collecting shells among sips.
We stayed in a charming hotel.
Whenever I crossed this place I stopped to marvel at the beautiful shell lamp.
There was another, quite unusual hotel whose owner probably suffers from the same door fixation as I do :)
The front garden of that same hotel had repurposed, old-fashioned sewing machine bodies turned into tables.
Honestly speaking, I don't like them - I think the idea is fabulous but the performance is mediocre if not poor.
A beautiful, beautiful house that we are negotiating to rent for the summer.