Whenever I come back from a trip, it takes me ages to unpack. For me, the magic of travel doesn’t end when the plane touches down, or when I step inside our home—it’s when all my things are packed away and my suitcase is empty. Reluctant to end the spell, I often leave my suitcase on the floor for days, picking things up and putting them away one at a time.
I feel that way about my photos from Greece. I take a ridiculous amount of photos when I travel, and only post a fraction of them on the blog. I was feeling a little sad about relegating all those images to my hard drive, so I thought I’d choose a last few details to share as a sort of farewell to Greece.
There isn’t really much of a story to tie them all together. But these are the little things that made me smile:
Waking up in, and coming home to, our lovely room at the Kavos Hotel in Naxos.
Aromatics—dried lavender and garlic—hung over doors in Naxos’s old town.