Easter holidays (part 1)

Hello sunshines ♡

So today I decided to share with you a little bit of something from my Easter holidays at my lovely village (Platamonas Pierias, Greece). It’s absolutely wonderful this time of the season! It is spring, the sun is getting warmer and warmer every day but the wind is still a little chill and that makes this weather perfect!!

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On yesterday’s evening, I took a stroll at the beach and shot some beautiful pictures that I really wanted to show you. The beach may be empty and abandoned now, but shortly will be again full of people; sunbathing, swimming and playing with the sand. I can’t wait! The view though is still pretty amazing.

I really don’t know what else to say, so I will just post those pics and let them speak for themselves!

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Clearly, I am really enjoying this! When I come to my village, I am always visiting this specific beach. I’m always climbing these rocks, to just sit there and look at the sea. So peaceful. So quiet. Get a beer at night and come here. Lay on the beach and let the sound of the sea take you away.

Well, that is all I wanted to say. I hope you enjoyed today’s post. I am going to post part 2, with similar photographs, soon enough!!

How did you spend your Easter holidays? Tell me in the comment section down below, along with your thoughts and comments about this post!

With lots of love,

F. ♡♡

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