What a cutiepie! 🙂
After a pleasant walk around the town of Mykonos, my family and I hopped on a boat to go to Delos. It’s an uninhabited island near Mykonos, because the area of the island was mostly covered with historical ruins.
Ancient tile mosaics
Finally got myself a slice of the Greek version of Baklava. Nice and gooey! Mmmmm! 🙂
When life throws you lemons, make Limoncello.
Here are some snips from one of my favorite places in Italy…Sorrento.
In Italy, lovers usually padlock their promise of eternal love by the bars of viewing points.
The small town of Sorrento.
Apparently, the reason why these lemons are so huge, is because they’re a special hybrid of an orange and a lemon.
Enter the smaller streets of the town, and you’ll see a lot of mom-and-pop stores display bottles of their prized Limoncello. The creamy looking one is Limoncello mixed with cream. Super yummy!
I’m a sucker for strawberries. Here they have the big ones and the small ones (which are wild strawberries).
After a morning stroll in the town of Sorrento, we drove off to Positano for late lunch.
Fresh Buffalo mozzarella salad. 🙂
Got a free shot of Limoncello to top our meal. Yum!
On our way back to the car, my sister decided to buy this decadent flaky pastry filled with egg custard! Delicioso! 🙂 *smackslips*
That’s all for now! 🙂