After relaxing days on Milos, I decided it was time to get off the sun chair and I took the ferry to Santorini, where I met my best and oldest travel buddy: My Dad.
He was the one who introduced me to travel as a toddler and who never stopped travelling himself. Since he was on his way to Crete, our paths overlapped in Santorini and we decided to spend two days swimming, hiking, eating tzaziki, driving around the island and petting donkeys.
If you are travelling to Santorini and only have limited time on your hands, have a look at our two days itinerary.
After a couple of busy days in Athens, I needed a break from the city and a swim in the ocean for the first time this year.
"It's so bright here" I said to Stavros, the manager at Salt on Milos, a Greek island in the Cyclades.
He was walking me to my room while I was squinting my eyes looking at the sun glancing over the ocean on one side and the white suites on the other, feeling pure bliss before even putting down my backpack.