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Hi to everyone….How I’ve missed you!
I’m back from Santorini and raring to get going! I’ve spent the last day and a half clearing my emails and now I’m ready for business again!
I had a lovely break, it was great to switch off and relax for a week, and even better to spend some time with my lovely Husband Mr. Boho (aka Nik) Santorini was beautiful, some amazing views and some great sunsets.
Santorini for those who don’t know is a very small Greek island, which was once a Volcano. It exploded thousands of years ago, leaving the island sunken. The Caldera is the main focal point of the island and is what used to be the top of the island……it is now sunken into the sea. From the top of the island at Oia you can see how the island used to be one big circle. From certain parts of the island it is so narrow you can see sea on both sides of you, and from the middle you can see the top and the bottom!
We explored as much as we could, went on a great sunset boat trip with our friends, climbed up a volcano, climbed up a very steep hill to see some ancient ruins and watched our very good friends Karl and Linda get married! (while playing guest not planner) The wedding wasn’t without disaster the Groom got very bad food poisoning 5 days before the wedding so it had to be put back a day…..he wasn’t 100% on the day but managed to get through it and enjoy it as much as he could. They have another celebration planned fro 25th September in Sheffield when they get back.
So now I’m ready to get back on with everything and resume normal blogging!
I thought I would share some of my holiday snaps with you (You may be interested, but I won’t be offended if your not) I will be doing a full post of the wedding in a few weeks, but have added a few just so you can get a feel for it.