Monthly Archives: June 2014

Greek island hopping: Naxos

We spent four days on the lovely island of Naxos, the largest amongst the Cyclades islands (and shockingly, about half the size of Singapore). The island is very green. Literally. You see fields and mountains of green everywhere. It is … Continue reading

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Grape and rosemary foccacia (Schiacciata con l’uva)

While I’m not a huge fan of grapes, for some reason, I am drawn to the idea of a grape foccacia ever since I read about it. This foccacia is made during the grape harvest season in Tuscany where wine … Continue reading

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Greek-island hopping: Santorini Part II

  I’ll be sharing a few of my favourite spots in Santorini in this post. While Santorini should not be a check-list of things to see (islands are never meant to be that way), these are the few places/things that … Continue reading

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Greek-island hopping: Santorini Part I

I have to start off my Greek travel post with Santorini. After all,  Conde Nast Traveller has it up on the top spot for the Top 10 islands in Europe under its Readers’ Choice Awards in November last year. I … Continue reading

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Greek inspired salads Part II: Watermelon and feta salad

The Greeks would serve watermelon with feta cheese after a meal as a light fruit and cheese combination that brings the meal to a lovely closure. They can’t be more right with the watermelon and feta combination. They sing together … Continue reading

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